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VOlUMf XXX. No. 16 



TELEPHONE 1877 



VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MAY 5. 1955 



Classifiecf Ads Pay iWldends 



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Fattir tf IrMi, I 
May 23 Mi 24 

IMmt Dmhc! The mhumI oI wed- 
ding beils wfll be heard »t the 
▼irgbkia Beach H.gh School on 
May 33 and 24. and inTltatkms 
are being issued to afl. l»it thert 
Is no need for alarm, as it will 
b9 the but Virginia Beach Little 
Theatr e sh ow of the season, "FA- 
THER OF THE BRiDe." 

To get the brkfe. Pat Wade, 
"an dre»ied in white" takes a 
eonsMeratole amount of hectie 
plamiliv. Fo«a»ly, what happens , 
m ttie Banks hoasehold has m 
could happen to you! 

Sponsoring the hride, along 
w:th the tlMatre group, will be 
the Virginia Kach High School 
PTA to raUe funds for the an- 
nual PTA scholarship award of 
1200, to te based on scholastic 
achlevenent. tickets wfll be sold 
to b9th'l:10 performances by the 
PTA. Half the ticket sales will 
go toward this scholastic fund. 

The bride expects no presents, 
only tlekots, which go on sale. 
Thursday at Jarc^s. 2Sth and At- 
lantic, and the High School. 



TEACHER DAT PKOCLAIMED 




If «t ThnrsdaT 
Tcmth Day" 



IMiyae Fnmk A. 

next Thwxday, 
IS. as "TMrtk Day" tm 
Qtt CKy or VhvMa Beat'i ami 
»■ ihal §mf Vlrg:i^ Beaell 
H gh S«b«el Aladenfei win 'rnt* 
Ike cNy ocearying the variMM 
aMeet af Uw eNy ^ifemnMnl. 

Asyar Daaek wfH speak to 
Mm "eleelcd afflelak" fn 
TmrsAiy mt t m img ia tlie aa- 
dNarlUi af tte VIrgfaito Beach 
■fr'i icfeaal ani ilHit eyeiAiff 
Mw slaieBt afflclab along 
«Nk «kc bana fide arfieteh 
will be gwesia af the Virginia 
■eaeli Botery CIA at Ha re- 
ttSku anetlnr in the cafeteria 



Famous Food 
Consultant at 
Beach yV\ay 17 

Th; V.rslnia State Restaurant 
A^i. elation, tfironsh the rcM^pora- 
t.cn of Dr. Wllam Y. O.irrett, 
d.re-jtor, and Eine.<5t Alderman, 
sanitarian. C the Vlrslnia Beach 
Health D?partmfnt. h.%s awan^od 
to have H. L, 'Biny Wortz put 
on his cutstandinr? program. "The 
Practical Side of Food Service 
Cp:ratlfn." at Virgin;a B;ach. 

M'. Wortz is one of the nation's 
leading restaurant consultants 
and ha:, been putting on his down- 
to-earth program to standing ' ter how large or how small 



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ORG ANIZA110N AMNOUNCEi 



FIRST PUBLIC MEETING FOR 
THURSDAY AT HIGH StHOOk 

'WIRE TAP' RECORDING DUD 
SAY POLITICAL OLD-TIMERS . 



Mayar rraiA \. Dmeb Is sliawa ngaHig % pneianMtiaii far 
the Janinr Oiamber of Comnetee spaasared "Teaelicr Apfieehi- 
thm Day" wblrli h being obaerved iaday In Vtrglria Itearb. 
Siiftwn kmkrng on are HowaH Kshn. jpresldenl a« tlM [oeal 
Jaycees, and Howard Natlam. presldent-eket of ihe Jaycees. 
(Simmons Fhoto) 



Dr. Cea Modlin ' 
On C&P Board 

Dr. Oeorge M. Modlin. president 
of the University of Richmond. 
has been elected a member of the 
board of dirtstors of the Che.sa- 
peake and Potomac Telephone Co. 
of Virginia, according to an an- 
nouncement made this week by 
J. Rhodes Mitchell, vice president 
of the company. 

A native of Elisabeth City, N. j 
C. Modlin has been active in edu- 
cational and civic affairs through- 
out the ftate aince he became as- 
soeiatod With the 'Jnlversity of 
awtniond In 19M. PoUewlng oom- 
j^tott lit his studies at Wake 
Wreat CoUefe in 10Z4 where he 
ricelvfd hia AB d^ree, Modlin 
attended Princeton University, be-k 
ing awarded an MA in 19^ and 
a PhD in 1092. He also served on 
the faculty .of Princeton during 
the interim 1927 through 1928.^ 
His alma mater, Wake Forest, 
conferred an LLD on him In 1947. 

In assuming his new duties, 
Modtln b£!Comes associated with 
other prominent Virginia business 
men in directing the affairs of 
one of Virgfnia's mast vigorous, 
fastest growing organleAtions. 



PROCLAMATION 

As Mayor of the City of Virginia Beach 
I, Frank A. Dusch, do hereby proclaim 
Thursday, May 5, 1955 as Junior Chamber 
of Commerce "Teacher Appreciation 
Day." 

S Frank A. Dusch 
Mayor 



/Open HtHM* at 
JMNigbSehMl 

An "open house" will be hsld 
1 at Pilncess Anne High School o: 
Tuesday ni^ht. May 10, at whlel 
time the parents of the school 
ehildien are invited to meet the 
: teachers and v!slt in the class- 
! rooms. 

the teachers will be in^ their 
j respective classrooms from 8 until 
1 9:30 p. m. Stud;:nt Council mem- 
bers will serve as guides and dis- 
tribute programs at the door. 
I The Sclenee Department will 
; exhifb't projects completed by the 
i students during the term. 
Refreshments will be served. 



rocm audiences of food operators 
throughout this country and Ca- 
.iad.i during the past year. 

"If anyone is interested m the 
progress of his food operation." 
iltclarrd Dr. Garrett, "th.'n this 
Silly Wortz program is a 'mast' 
he cannot afford to mis.s." 

R:'stauratenr^. dieticians, lun- 
pheonPtte opfrator;?. Jir.tcl opera- 



tors, imtitutional food service op- 
erators, are all cordiariy invited 
to attend. There will He no ad- 
mission or re;?is.ration fees. 

Mr. Wortz speaks from twenty- 
five years of experience as a res- 
taurant operator, and he .«ays that 
there is scmethins in his program 
for every food handler, no mat- 

his 
operation. Among the topics to be 
dii^ssed will be 'Training Per- 
t-mmX for Operational Effickn- 
cv." 'How to Protect Profits and 
Cut Lssses." and "Practical Ideas 
that Build trolume.' 

The t mc of the meeting! will be 



The first public meeting of the i The announ.rment stated thai. * , 



organization candidates will be 
held on Thursday, May 12, it was 
announced Wednesday by a apok- 
esman for the grouo which la. 
seekin? election in the July 12 ' 
Democratic primary with the 
backing of the county political 
arsenizatlcn. 

The piihllc cieetln;? will b» held 
in the auditorium of the Virginia 
Beach Hlg^i S-hool aitd is ache* 



8 p. m.. May 17. and it *in,5f ^ duled to !»et nnd.'rwfly at 8 p. m 



held at the Virzlnia Beach H'ph 
School cafeteria. 



FIRST POLIO VACCINE HERE 



Mrs. Cilmore Tilbrook Re-ekcted l^^jK""! 
President of Garden Oub CoUftcr l:^< 



Mrs. Oilmore TIltmMlk tat 
again elected president of the 
Council of Garden Clubs of Vif- 
ginia fieach and Princess Arme 
County at a quarterly meeting 
of the organization held Wednes- 
day morning in the board room of 
the Bank of Virginia Beach. Mrs. 
Ev.rctt Wilson was elected re- 
oordirig .sscretary and Mrs. S. M. 
Hiidy was chosen treasurer. 

Other officers wliose terms do 



In addition to bdng promoted 
to the position of assistant bash- 
ier Taylor has assumed the man- 
agement of the bank's branch 
facility en Atlantic Avenue. Me 
> Representatives from various^ succeeds Albert W. Craft. Jr.. as 



not expire this year are Mrs. 
Oeefge T. Mulfen, vice president, 
and Mrs. W. Taylor Johnson, cor- 
responding secretary. 



KEMPSVILLE CLUBWOMEN 




garden clubs reported on their 
beautlfioation programs for the 
year. The Linkhom Park Club an- 
nounced that it had recently put 
out a hundt'ed dogwood trees in 
their area. The Cavalier Club re- 
ported on the progress of their 
test garden. The Princess Anne 
club maintains a wild flower pre- 
serve and a test garden for lilies. 
The Evergreen club reported on 
its progress In beautifying, the 
Community Center at Seatack. 

Mrs. Tilbrook gave a brief re- 
port of the anti-litteitug cam- 
paign. 

A history or the Council of 

Garden Clubs since its beginning 

was compiled and read by Mrs. 

Prank Burleson. Tha report was 

(Continued an Page Six) 



G. Scott Taylor 
Cains Promotion 



E. H. Church, president of. the 
Bank^of Virginia Beach, has an- 
promotlon of G. 
the iKMdtlon ol 
cashier of im local tl- 
Instltutlon. 



manager of the branch facility. 

Craft, also an assistant cash- 
ier, ia now located at the main 
office of the bank on 31st Street. 



Mental Health Week 
Being Observed 

Mental Health Week is being 
observed this week in Virginia 
and throughout the nation, it has 
been announced by the Virgin a 
A.ssaelatlbn for Mental Health. 
The dates are from May 2-8. 

The slogan of the mental health 
movement la— "Fight mental ill- 
ness; ring the bell for mental 
health." The symbol of the men- 
tal health program is the bell. 




Church Women 
Meet Tomorrow 

The Princess Anne Council of 
Church Women will meet at Scott 
Memorial Methodist Church Pri- 
day. May 6, at 11 a. m. to oteerve 
May Fellowship Day. 

Mrs. W. W. Johnson, Council 
president, will preside at the ga- 
th..iDg. Mrs. B. F. Dixon, Mrs. 
Lanc3n Hilliard and Mrs. Ernest 
D. N-y wa! be leaders of the day. 

The Rev. M. Douglas Newman 
of the Community Methodist 
Chur h. Kemp9Vi!le. will be the 
speaker, taking as his topic "The 
Rj5pcnslble Christian family." 



the meeting will reveal tlM WMdi* 
fications of all the candidates ia 
the field and the word "air w«t 
emphasized. 

Th2 four candidates for tht 
constitutional c'ficss in feie cnXN 
ty will .'^eak at the meeting 
These are James El Marr. 8r.. tdi 
•hertff: V. A. "Jack" Etherldii| 
for treamrer; Ivan D. Mapp. £af 
eommliRloner of the f? venue; aM 
R'b?rt 8. B-b" Wahcb, Jr.. UH 
c3fi»monw<>ntth''; attorney. • t 

Shne annotincin? a^ a tidcet 
backed by the Democrat c ottnlA^ 
zation teveral weeks ajro, the or* 
sran'zation candidates hara c(Ml| 
ducted a comparatively quiet, 
campaign. They have met wlt^ • 
.^mall "roups of votsrs ttjtn tli 
to time, but until new hav 
watched their opponrats skirmii 
with public meetings. 

The announcement stated tli 
the meeting en May 12 w^ald 
open to the public and that 
organisation ticket eaudl 
would reveal facts al>3Ut all eat 
dldatcs. meaning on both ticket*^ 




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the top phato. Virginia Beach youngsters are watting 
eir turn to recelvi- the first Sclk Jiollo vaccine iibotn aere. 
Bottom photo shows Dr. ■£'. W. DeWalt administering the vaccine 
to young William Armstrong, son of iMir. and Mrs. H. E. Ann- 
strong. He was the ffa-st child here to be vaccinated. Or. Dewalt. 
al'ng with o"»fr local doctora, volunteered their services In the 
pollri vaccine program. (Simmons Photol 



"Clory" Choir 
Is Selected 

Uitn'xri df WfHmtti elttfr of 
irnr egn^oii Oiu ni '' l ia p i iwil i 
turned for the drama's nifith sea- 
son which will open in on June 
29. 

i Dr. Carl Fehr will direct the 
choir, as he has done each sum- 
mer since the show's beginning In 
1947. Also director of the Col- 
lege of William and Mary Choir. 
Dr. Fehr has gained national at- 
tention for his work with the two 
choral groups. 

The 30-volce choir win include 
18 mw members this season. All 
singers were chosen on the basis 
of comoetitive tryouts held this 
firing throughout Virginia. 

N ; A'ccmers to tlie choir Ihelude: 
Jsy Childress, of Norfolk; George 
Eidleman of Winston-Salem, N. 
C : Gerald Fisher, of Charlottes- 
ville ; Donald Franklin, of Arliiw- 
ton: Robert Hannah, of Oakton: 
Franklin Reynolds, of Danville; 
Keith Tavlor, of Hanover; Ro- 
na!d Ward, of Richmond. 
(Continued on Page Five) 



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Thcae members of the RempavUle Woman's Club aenred aa 
regtatrars at the Vtrginla Federation of Woman'a Cluba nUte 
convention held at OM Point Recently. Left to right. Mrs. M. M. 
Qregiihr. Mn. James R. Land. Mrs. Chester Bamforth, Mrs. 
Lyman Clarke, president; Mra: Herbert Mean. Mka. Jadson 
Hadica. Mrs. WlUiam F. Hndgins, Sr.. Mrs. SwIndeU Pollack, 
Mlra. Wm. f. |Iu4gii|S Jr.. and Mrs. ftoscoe M. Whitfield. 



"First Ail! Squad Week" May 1-7 
Prociained \^ Govenior Stanley 



Oovemor Thomaa B. Stanley 
beHevca that the work of the 
VtogfnIa Rcsene S«aada' diooM 
be brmiAt to the attention of 
all Vhrcinlans. TheMfMe. lie has 
praelatecd thb week, VUa 1 to 
9. as "Ffaat AH Swui We^» in 
the slue, and b asMng VkUL 
ev ety one take time t6 ae«a«iBt 
tkeanetves witli the worii these 
fine oRanintlons are daing. 

Bii kte statement. Govenior 
Stanley sUted that there are 
fsHy-tww vohnteer Hfe-saviiwr 
and icaewe avsads. wfth a total 
■waAenUp «f watm ttaa SM 
active penens, now ftawUMilBK 
tai the atate, wlQi bm«v attier 
In tte VNMM «r ar- 



Alaa tUa 



tar S. O. 



thtn. from Tonnto. Canada, in 
which he praised Gavttnor 
Stantey for Btnh reeocBttlen. 
and said "Govwnor Stanley haa 
done a great service to the h«- 
manlties as well afc to tntcnm- 
ttonal rdatfaniB In this mast 
wdcoBse KcogniUoB ain den- 
catiMi. Oar warn congiatala- 
tians g» oat. parttealai^ to VIr- 
ghiia's Tappahannarii 
one tit the finest 
ntctic for good la oar ap-Mrt- 
cMring oicaalsaUMi. Vhngtala'b 
aetioa wU linpkc a att to msec 
abandant effHte to cxeaM^fy 
the aMMt la ndam ea tal «( aB 

another.' " 

Reaeweai^ We savli« 
thre— heat the s^te are holt- 
tag "HIpeB n s aw" 



More Than 1,100 Visit Homes and Gardens at 
Beach for Tour During Historic Garden Week 



The cek^atsd "tape recarf.'ng'j , 
meeting of the Ticket fcr Pri»<| 
cess Anne held last week prsvedl 
to be a "dud." acewdiBg to aflf 
reports of the shpw put on hyt 
the candidates oppotfng the or->' 
ganization slate in next July^ 
primary election. 

^ Playing cf the rtscrd proved » 
to be antoltma^tk; after the man 
who was calkMl hr phone reveakl 
What MA !M>im ik.PlftB»4 1>e »l>»--^ 

of Lit ^tSmm ei»ni!<ittto m !^l 
treasurer oa tti« h-taetss Aai»' 

I Tl^et. and the man wta record* 

I ad Ihe cohvtraaklon. 

The recorded telciihotts ean««f^ 
sation revealed little and it wa^ 
felt among obwnrers that tlift • 
"trick" backfired on thtf aOM- • 
organlmtlon |reup> and placed | 
Walker in an extrefncly bad Ughi • 
with the people. "t 

Little Issued several statemNilaLi 
prior to the public tdiytng off thi^ 
record in which he cofldimnsa Ida t 
"friend." Walker, tot aicAi tMMes. ! 

I Little also siatcd prior to th«£ 

; meeting that the re^iMing would ' 
reveal nothing, whleh ia fairly^ 

i weU the result of It's plaring, 
The opinion of moat |ioUtie:i 

I followers wa.5 that the tacttea oa- 

' ployed by Walker and his mut'^i 
in this instance had "boomer^ 

I ranged" and that they had losH 

I face with the ptdDUe. 



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3y Kay Doaghtlei Sewbll ito be had, for the Historic Gar- 

^^ den Week Tours aim not only to 

"I was very much gratified with | ^^^^^ money toward the restora- 

the tremendous success of our y^^ ^j historic places in Virginia 



second Virginia Beach Historic 
Garden Week Tour," said Mrs. 
Nathan Bundy, presicfent of the 
Vtarglnia Beech Garden <nub, 
which sponsored the tour Tues- 
day. April 26. "Furthermore," de- 
daned Mrs. Bundy. "I cant thank 
enough all the people who worked 
so hard to contribute toward mak- 
ing it such a success." 

There is no question about it^ 
it was a success. More than lU<K> 
people came to the Beach that 
chiUy, overcast Tuesday. But 
there, was nothhig chiUy about 
tlwlr tesponse to the charm <A 
Uie ei^t private homes and gar- 
dens especially open to the pub- 
lic that day. 

"What I like about it most is 
that they all seem to be having 
such a good Ume." said Mts. Karl 
A. Wundc- of the visitors to her 
Birdneck Pcrint home. "Itls more 
like a big party." said MA. Har- 
old C. Stuart, who had c<Hne down 
from Wadilngton to open up the 
spectacular "Piidc House" i^ VtV^ 
i^zeet and OcMnfftmt for the oc- 
casion. 

libmy visitors leCt with the spe- 
dne oommmt: 'Tm going hoaae 
with a lot of food Mma." 

There were plmty of food ideas 



which would otherwise fall Into 
decay. Ttiey also aim to give vis- 
itors practical, workable ideas on 
contemiwrary living, and how to 
make the most of one's own home 
and garden. 

For those whose tastes pre tra- 
ditional, there *-er« the tradi- 
tional homes of Mr. and Mrs. W 
Pe'ton May and Admiral tnd Mrs. 
Dalvld H. Clark. In Bay Colony, 
as well as 'Pine Hin." at 301 54th 
Street, residence of Mr. and Mrs. 
James H. Walters. 

Swaet mag for Every Taste 

For tiiose whose tastes veered 
toward the modem, there was the 
su^rhly equipped, highly con- 
temporary "Pink House." and the 
casual, beachy, ultra - modem 
Oootes house at 78th Street and 
OcMUifront. 

A splendid example of a small 
house — perfectly appointed and 
eminently liveable — was the 
"amphibious" bachelor establish- 
ment of J. Ross McNeal in Bird- 
Qcdc Point. Its architecture, fur- 
mdUngs and planting attracted 
more ttian 1.000 visitors, both men 
and women, many of whom went 
aroond with notdxxAs Jotting 
doara detaila. 

tbK Wimder house, with its 



I bona fide picture window, and its 

unique garden enclosed by twin 
I lagoons, kept many visitors at 
I that one spot for a long time. A 
! representative of the Norfolk Mu- 
I seum was present, and at one 

point almost persuaded Mrs Wun- 

der to take liim up to the attic 

to see an old altar of Chinese or- 

igiii — when a new avalanche of I ^en' Club "also contributed to the 
i guests afrivcd to circumvent the | success of the tour. Some mem- 
j Inspection. j hers helped with the flower ar- 

rangements, which added so much 
to the interest and decorative ap- 



Irving Jordan, ticket chairman; 
Mrs. Joseph D. Deal, radio and 
television chairman; Mrs. Hamp- 
ton Sewell. publllclty chairman. 
i Assistants to Mrs. Richardson 
I and Mrs. Sewell were Mrs. James 
I N. Bell and Mrs. D. Conrad Little. 
j respectively. 

Tlie Virginia Beach Junior Gar^ 



Prizes Offered as ineeiitive tl 
"Get Out tlie Donors" May lil 



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"Coming in Bunches!" 

At the Ralph C. Qifford pent- 
house, the only place on the tour 
which was open last year, there 
were even more visitore this year 
than last. As a janitor remarked: 
"Last year they came in groups: 
this year they're coming in bun- 
ches!" 

The "Studio" and tlw rambling 
grounds at the May house en- 
thralled hundreds. One visitor ac- 
tually left the Clark home with 
the comment. "I'm going right 
home and build myself a bal- 
cony." 

Mrs. Bundy had as her HLstoriC 
Garden Week chairman. Mrs. 
James H. Walters. Mrs. Walters' 
committee was as follows: 

Mrs. Charles Syer, Jr., vice- 
chairman; Mrs. Redwood Rich- 
ardson, arrangements chairman; 
Mrs. F. Alfred Van Patten, host- 
ess chainnan; Mrs. James N. Bell, 
Jr.. pemter chairman; Mrs. W. 



peal of the houses. Many of them 
served as hostesses, and with over 
eleven hundred visitors, hostesses 
were at a-premlum. 

At the rendence of J. Ross Mc- 
Neal. there were also several «- 
cellent arrangemmts by his maid. 
Louise Carroll, which received 
considerable admiration. 

Besides local visitors and those 
from other parts of Virginia Mid 
North Carolina, s(Mne came from 
as far away as Canada, Califor- 
nia, N«w Mexico, the Midweat. 
New England. Gcorg'a and Mori- 
da. 

Luncheons were served for vis- 
itors at the I^incess Anne Coun- 
try ClUb. Cavalier Yacht and 
Country Club. Sir Walter Hotol. 
and by the ladies of Eastern Shore 
Chapel. Even so. visitors over- 
(towed into e^her restaurtaH 
sna^ ters all over the 



The Tidewater Rcgioaal 
Bloodmobile wiU vistt the Sea- 
tack Elementary Sehari Ml May 
19 from one to six o'claek ta 
|.*ie afteraaaaw W. Francis Tay- 
lor. Jr.. ChalrmaB a( Frineess 
Anne Caimty Citlsens Coaunlt- 
tee and H. L. BoMasaa Sccre- 
Ury of the Cammlttcc aie spaa- 
Boring ihh vidt I«n> the eslawd 
pe<HHe ^ Frineess Anne Caanly. 
The Chaiehes and Schaals are 
givtag their sappart 

A prise Is affered t« the claas- 
roons in the Seatack Elemea- 
tary Schoel and also ta Fria- 
eeas Anne Caanty Timlidnr 
School that brings te the namt 
donors. All daaars will 



ta tha 



be given 

Bayna Thsatia ta 

Beach aa« a ttad Cnn Bacat* " 

alllaa pin. Tha vaMa 9m iMi * 

vIsH to M plhia i^ Waal. 

Dr. W. L. tailor and Ifer. ^ 
JaoM W 
aaiMT 
Thee* Is 

Bedaletad Nhram ta 
tag tha visliaad Ihey may siM 
Fniaeis Taylor at 
Bsaeh n4t ar the 
Aaae Caanly Ihed Ctaaa afUm 
at Vhttata Beat.% 9M. 'Mi la« 
Ihe first tlaw tte ealiecd 
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F.-iday. May 6 5:05 

Saturday, May 7 5.04 

Sunday. April 8 5:03 

Monday. May > 5:02 

Tacsday. May 10 5:01 

Wednesday. May II ... 5:00 

Thursday. May 12 4:5t 

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.Ismes O. Wright, mhoae mo- 
Uwr and family reside here, was 
made an honorary citisen of the 
City of Norfolk in ceremonies 
held Tuesday. Wright is the direc- 
tor of s^urchaslng for the vast 
INifd Ifotor Company. 

Reared in this area. Wright at- 
t^ided Norfolk City schools and 
joined the huge motor car com- 
pany follcwing World War n. He 
has had a phencincnal rise thru 
the ranks in the company. 

Presentation of the certificate 
iKtnwlng Wright was presented at 
the weekly meeting oJ the Norfolk 
Rotary Club by Norfolk's Mayor 
W. Pred Duckworth. 

Wright was one of the youngest 
Air Fotce officers the company 
hfred after Wofld War n. The 
company employed .several young 
men and they have become popu- 
terly known as the "Whiz Kids." 

Wright becomes the 14th man 
to be so honored by the City of 
Norfolk. Among those that have 
been so honored are General 
Douglal MacArthur and General 
Lemuel Shepherd of the Marine 
Corps. 

While here Mrs. Wright was 
entertained with a luncheon at 
the Princess Anne Country Club 




Tliese Vtrglnhi Heath Girl '.Seoats !were recently i^oto- 
grai^cd faivyiHt one of Uielr favorite activtties — camping. 
The Girl Sronts of PHncess Anne County ^and Tirginia Beach 
afe an active group and participate In every jphase of girl 
scenting. 



Tuesday. Those attending the in- 
formal luncheon included Mrs. 
Alfred W. Craft, Sr., Mrs. Ruth 
L. Lawshe, Mrs. Alfred W. Craft, 
Jr. and Mrs. Wright, the honoree. 



Eighty-five per cent of the pic- 
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Spelling Honors 
Co to Lockwood 



Lawrence Lockwood. Jr., of 
Virginia Beach, is the champion 
speller of Tidewater Virginia. 
Young Lockwood won out over 
several finalists last week in a 
"spelling bee" conducted in Nor- 
folk over WTAR-TV. 

Young Lockwod is a 13-year 
old student at Norfolk Academy, 
who successfully spelled the words 
"pendulum" and "martyr" to de- 
feat J. Ronald Feuer, of Oran^by 
High School, in the finals. 

Judges for the contest were 
Lcwta W. Webb, Jr., director of 
William and Mary College, and 
tit. James B. Reece and Herbert 
L. Bebren, of the college's Eng- 
lish department. 

The youthful spelling champion 
Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Utw- 
rence Lockwood, Sr., of Cavalier 
P«!rk. 



fT.STOIIT 
TELLIMCili 



A formal ceremonial fareweii 
review on the post imrade ground 
mark 3d a change of command in 
the 3rd Antl-Airoraft ArtUlexy 
Group which controls NIKE guid- 
ed missile rites in the Tidewater. 
Va., area. Col. Milan O. Weber, 
who is departing for duty in Ja- 
pan, was succeeded as Group 
commander by Col. Howard O. 
Sm gelcw, former Chief o? Special 
Servicti in Europe. Damp winds 
aiKl erratic gusts of rain hamper- 
ed but did not cancel the cere- 
mony. 

Story's Dsputy Commander, 1A. 
Col. Frederick G. Ward, has as- 
sumed command of the post dur- 
ing the absence of Col. Edwin A. 
Deagle. The latter is visiting 
Washington. 

The pay raise for military per- 
sonnel went into effect on the 
monthly pay day. April 30th. and 
brought pleased expressions to 
hundreds of troops at Story as 
elsewhere. Pay boosts for non- 
commissioned officers ranged up 
to tdbout $30, effecting a big In- 
crease in the pay rolls handled 
by the Post Finance Office. 

Another source of monetary 
satisfaction for career soldiers at 
Story continues to be the new re- 
cnlistment bonus. Latest to draw 
a hefty total in pay and allow- 
ances is 32-ye8r-(>ld Sgt. Ted D. 



Arrington, supply Araeant of the 
eisth pcncfr cniromi^. a S4th t 

Battalion unit. Arrincton, whose 
home is in Waynesvtlle, H. C, 
drew over $2,000 this week on a 
six-year reenlistmenl. He has 14 
years previous servWe. 

Another act in ti«e continuing 
battle to keep possession Off Sto- 
ry's Best Me» trtq^y IMS Just 
been played out, with the 344th 
DUKW Cdmpany of the Mh T 
Battalion wreating Um honor 
from Headquarters Oompmy, iHh 
T Terminal (XmmaxA B. The 
struggle has its eomte aspects 
because the 344th's Co., 1st Lt. 
Jack J. Schwarts. formerly com- 
manded Headquarters CooHmny 
and took pride In the regul arity 
with which his mess steward, SfO 
Herbert L. Ripley, got the award. 
Mess Stewart of the 344th is Sgt. 
Lester Clement. 

This week units of the 5th T 
Battalion moved Into the field 
for a practical ' demonstrstion <A 
experiewe acquired under th« 
Army Tfaiiiing Program. Taking 
part in the exercise umter simu- 
lated combat conditions Are Head- 
quarters Company, tlte 344th, 
347th and 4S0th DUKW OHoapan- 
ies and the S0Sth Terminal Ser^ 
vice Company. Serving as um- 
pires and Judges of the amphtb 
battalion's training inroficlency 
will be officers from Post Head- 
quarters and the 54th T Battal- 
ion. 

Story's latest Soldier <A the 
Week is SFC Robert R. Collins. 
23, of Homesdale. P«. Collins, a 
men^ber of Headqaurters CHnop- 



^A TraM^ School 

Tour M a«r t« 

nrttnia State College 

On Af>ril 22. our Industrial Arts 
il^ructor, Mr. Woodhouse, took 
26 students up to visit the annual 
Qfoivci Hou« at Virginia State 
College, Ptterriburg. The students 
were very much impressed at the 
displays of the various shops. 

The trip proved to l)e very edu- 
csUoiMil to all of the students. 
Thay had the experience of seeing 
flMny weO cq^tipped shop laymits. 
stor«ge of tO(^ and equljmient. 
and the oiportanity to gain a 
dseper sjqyreclatlOD for fine work- 
nai^lp. 

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virils DslluMI fliMllsn 

Tht seiftnth grade classes at 
f^lncMs Aniw Tr«lnli% School 



Sy, Mh T Terminal Command 
is Signal 8only Sergeant in 
the VoA Signal Stttion. His Ar- 
Wst strvlce of almost seven years 
Uiehides tours of doty In Europe 
and Africa. 

l^ontf Prise on the Horace 
Hiidt TlleDt Show recently went 
(o a popular young Story tenor, 
Cpl. Prank W. • Blankenmeyer, 
personnel clerk of the 347th 
mnfiW Company, a 5th T Bat- 
tdlen unit. Ifhudcenmeyer, 24, 
whose home is in Roanoke, Va., 
fiew to Rochester, N. Y.. on short 
notice after receiving an inita- 
tion to Heldt to appear on the 
show at Station WHAM-TV. 



arre retdly makliMr s niMne i<« 
themselves. The class in Social 
Studies made a field trip to the 
Virginia Truck Elxpeiimenit Sta- 
tion. This trip was sponsored t^ 
the Social Studies teacher. Mrs. 
Inez Williams. While there, they 
were instructed in soil conserva- 
tion by A. Vemcm Watts. 

Pifi.1i Grade Bosy 

The class Sunshine dub. Flor- 
ence Rsld president, is still mak- 
ing irians for the trip to visit Uie 
"Crater' in PitterSburg and many 
other places of Interest in Rfeh- 
0iond on May 17. This trip m to 
be made in connection with the 
Social Study course. 
, . Tours, have been D^de through 
Princess Anne County for study* 
Ing the historical backgrouml of 
Princess Anne. These tows were 
made with the other fiftt) grade 
classes, taught by Mrs. Robte Da- 
vis, Mrs. 'Thetana Oatlin and Mrs. 
Julia Clark. Some of the idaees 
visited were: The Cross at Cgpe 



Hmsy, C^ DoiMitlott eiiuv^ ^d 

the Adam 'Fherogood HOMO aft 
Lynnhavsn, the Francis A^lss 
hom. in Pttrifo and nM^cwater 
and I>rl9*esa lam OmstSkBtm^. 

You eaii see they are very busy. 
not leaviiw out helping with the 
Multiple Sclerosis drlv« la ow 
schotd. 

TKe Fowrth Grade 



"Fhe fourth grade clasMs and 
their teoehera. Mlw A. M. Prae- 
man and Mrs R. E. Beekton. 
made an edooatkmal tr^ to ^- 
liamlnnv im Mnch 14. IThey Aad 
a lovely trip. Miss Brown, a col- 
lege student who majors }n Ms- 
\mf, was v«ry nice, i^ Md of 
all the events of historic Ull- 
Hamsbuig. They also visited the 
Mariner's Miiseum at Newport 
News. 

Thank you very orach for Join- 
ing in with us: I hope to be with 
you again next week. 
Your reporter. 

Oiirley Hacriwrry. 



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Inspection Time Again 



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Local Youths Get 
Gold Medals 

Pl^ct rating gold medals went 
to Nicholas Karseras and Buddy 
Greene of Virginia Beach, in the 
1951 National Piano Becording 
FedUtal. ^st^d %' the Na-'i 
tlobal tluUd of Piano Teachers, it 
Was giiniounced this week from 
ihc giiild's national headquarters 
in Austin. Texas. 

In addition to the medals, the 
youtiu each received cash prizes, 
as did 25 other pupils.of Mr. Clif- 
ford Herzer. of the Bristow Har- 
din School of Music in Norfolk, 
whose students Karseras and 
Greene were. 

The magnitude of the achieve- 
ment Is better realized when it 
Is disclosed that the local boys 
were among more than 37.750 
competing piano pupils in all sec- 
tions of the nation. 



W. T. COOKE SCHOOL MENU 

Monday: Grilled cheese or ham 
sandwich; sliced peaches; green 
peas; milk; cookie. 

Tuesday; Hot dog; buttered 
caibbage; peach salad; milk and 
cookie. 

Wednesday: Tuna &alad; green 
beans; potato cliips; roll; milk; 
half orange. 

Tliursday: Baked ham; turnip 
grecm; apple sauce; roll; milk; 
cup cake. 

Friday: Tomato soup; half pea- 
nut butter and half jam sand- 
wich or ham sandwich; milki and 
apple. 

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KEMPSVILLE 

AREA NEWS 



"What to Do Wilh Garden Now" 
Told Kempsvillc Garden Club 



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The KeimosviUe Garden CIirt> 
met with Mrs. B. B. Mkldlettm M 
Wastor.Cige Road on Monday. Ap- 
ril 25. at 8 p. m. Mrs. Chester 

feauiii.ith was cc-h08tess. 

Principal «»eaker for the eve- 
ning was Mrs. E. O. Middleton. 
who spoke on ths theme "What 
to Dd With Your Garden Now." 

The clirt> voted to donate $5.fl0 
to the KempsvlUe Volunteer fire 
Department toward the purchase 
of a new ambulance. 

Mrs. Calvin Ulley. Mrs. B. R. 
Mlddleton and Mrs. Bamforth 
were appointed to make arrange- 
ments for the annual luncheon in 
June. 

Corsages made by the member^ 
were Judged by Mrs. Frederick 
Volker and Mrs. E. R. Burroughs 
of the Acredale Garden Club. 
R'bbons were awarded Mrs. W. H. 
Crews, Mrs. R. P. Andrews, Mrs. 
B. R. Mlddleton, Mrs. W. A. Stall- 
ings. Mrs. Bamforth, Mrs. F. A. 
Davis, Mrs. Roy J. AHen, Mrs. H. 
P. Tyler, Mrs. Haold Pugh, Mrs. 
R. M. Nelson. Mrs. A. W. Black- 
man and Mrs. I. P. Goodwin. 


Baptist Church 

The PrlendshiD Bible Class, of 
which Swindell Pollock is teach- 
er, will hold an outdoor meeting 
on Carol Anne Fann Wednesday 
Right at 0:30 o'clock. The' men 



and the.r families are invited. 

the Martha Kagood Circle met 
with Mrs. H. A. Culpepper Tues- 
day n-ght. The prc^rram had St3- 
wardship as its theme. 



foamry Brewer, who is <}ulte 
an accMiipIished amateur mairi- 
ii»n. will also entertain. 

Children who took part in the 
recent well - received "Variety 
Show" will have iww songs and 
dance routines for the ed.fieatlon 
cf the audieilce. 

A big day is planned. Tlie back- 
ers ask that all who can attend 
and aid the PTA raise money sc 
that more playground equipment 
can be purchasE^d for the childre: 
c' the fchcol. 

— , 

Mk Wm. Wells 
Heads Club 



CHORUS IN SPRING MUSIC FESHVAL 



The R.A.'s. QA-'a and Sun- 
beams met at the church Thurs- 
day night. . 



"Karnivsr' Time 
tt Kemptville 

"Karnival" time has come 
Kempsvllle. Saturday, May 7, is 
the day. and from 2 until 10 p. m. 
is the time. 

There is something for the en- 
tire family — country store, plant 
sale. Jewelry sale, bake sale . . . 
there will be hot dogs, hamburg- 
ers, and drinks ... so that you 
can ccme visit the booths, eat 
your supper and be ready for the 
auction sale at 6:30. The auction- 
eer will be Dan Tice, who is well 
known locally In that Rapacity. 

At 8 p. m. there will be a tal- 
ent show. E. H. Bradberry will be 
there with his dog, "Little But- 
tons," to show how he can walk 
a fine wire,- climb a ladder and 
walk on a ball. 



The Kempsvllle Manor Garden 
C.ui;> has .nstalled Mrs. Willian 
V/ells as the.r prss.dnt. Instali. 
, .n l1 cli c.^was conducted b 
Mrs. H. P. Tyler cf the Kemps 
villa Garden Club on Tuesday, 
April 26. 

Other officers installed were 
Mrs. T. N. Yancey, vice president; 
Mrs. J. N. Kllpatrick. secretary, 
and Mrs. O. O. Peacock, treasurer. 

Mrs. Agnes Jonnson gave a vsry 
interesting talk on "Early Kemps- 
at v.lle and Early American Garden- 
ing." 

The flower rt-.-an^enlcnts were 
Judged by Mrs. Tyler, and blue 
ribbons awarded Mrs. Earl Dyer 
and Mrs. H. R. Yancey. 

The meeting was held at the 
heme of Mrs. Murray G. Ashman, 
105 White Oak Drive. 



WSMS MEETS 

AT CHURCH TONIGHT 

The Woman's Society of Chris- 
tian Service of the Commimity 
Methodist Church will meet at 
the church tonight at 8 p. m. 

— 

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT 




above win a'ppear Friday night Jn their annual 
xehrtol. The ponrert w sohfduled for 8:00 P. M. 



spring concert In 



the mUHanImm ef the toeal 



dofiMttiHion 
Rules Unrform 
Hunlifq; Season 

At the Apra meeting of the 

.ommisston of Oaaw and Inland 

3h ri.i held in RlehBWtMl. it 

li deeded that all hunting sea- 

ns next ysar wlil be the sims 

^ - y-;r b t*" E't -nd W s' 

4,hj ajunt«.n«. That la to say. 

g.neral honUng season will 

n east of the Hue nu^t No- 

b r 20 and ckjse January 20, 

en Wit. J h • m:an- 

the «ird M ndav n N"- 

miber. which is the 21M.. and 

n T runr 5. ^nr-smu h 

•/ . r 20, the c^ n ng date 

;. of the Blue Rdg^, falls on 

a ^mlay. which is a rest day for 




day 

There wlD beaeeptB 
doe deer 
ism limited 

Qiecial provMni fw Mncf 
less deer harve^ng. 

or especial MpttfiaaiM tt 
tmt that the eoBHa'sii!flB 

d a nropMal for Cote 
glnnii^ in 19M. then wOl Iff • 
unfcrm cpenlnff Ate 
th3 state, which date 
the third Monday in 

f 'h s rrsposal is «lopted at 



ihe un .' rm paning da* 
not, if adopted, go into etfe« 
! ■' e ?"?.s n after next. 

,; 'all :.' 1»5«. 
le ccm ng season, the _ 

: s ng dates will corruiiiMii 
- -f last ytar. 



,vuun.«a-^ ti.rfrattt^, 
that the other man wiD do Mi 
hunting season will cpen on the Jcb, ycu're not an exeeuttye. 



arid Mrs. Alex Brown an- 




NOTICE 

- 1955 



IMPORTANT 

CITY LICENSE 

Merchants, Professional, and Miscellaneous City Licen- 
ses for the License Year Beginning May 1st 1955 Ending 
April 30th W56, are now due and payable. 

Application blanks may be had in the office of the Commissioner of the Revenue, 
City Hall, and every assistance will be rendered iri preparation of same. 

License Ordinance reqi|ires filing of application and payment of license during the 
month of May. 

£, W. SmUIi 
Commissioner of the Revenue^ Virginia Beach, Virginia 



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"Sbarethe Fun" 
Program at 
Oeeana Tonight 

The second annual "Share the 
Pun" pragram orlsinat^d by the 
Princess Anne 4-H All Stars will 
ba held tonight at the Ocsana 
Elementary School auditorium 
starting at 8 o'clock. Joe Perkins 
of WTAR-TV will emcee the pro- 
gram. 
The shew will be divided into 
I two divisions, one division com-^ 
j .ng from the Junior 4-H Clubs in 
the 'County, the other from the 
I Senior 4-H Club.s. There will be 
! 19 acts coming 'rom the Junior 
I club members and fiv? acts from 
the Senior club memb:rs. There 
I will also bs an All Star extra 
i number which will ccme from thj 
' high school. 

j In the Senior club^ division Mi.s.s • 
I Doris Humphries and Jsnny Pat j 
I Hudgins, the 1954 winners, will \ 
I again be competing for tcp hon- | 
ors. And in the Junior division i 
j Miss S.mdra Wiseman, the 1954 
j Junior winner, will also again b. 
! competing. With all the talent ; 
I on hand, there is expected to b^ ' 
j a great deal of competition. 
I Cooperating with th3 All Stars 
I In the p.nnual 'Share the Pun" 
I program are the Princ ss Anne 
County Farm Bureau and Master 
Auto Service Corporation of Nor- 
folk, who are putting up the priza 
mche^ for the winnifij^ lets. 

Exams Scheduled 
For Technicians 

A Civil Service examination for 
the position of Electronics Tech- 
nician. GS-5 through GS-9, $3,- 
410 through $5.0C0 per year, for 
carcer-ccncliticnal appointment 
at U. S. Naval Communication 
Station Norfolk for duty at Nor- 
folk, Northwest, and Driver, Vir- 
ginia, is new cptn, it was stated 
today by Mr. H. L. Johnson, Ex- 
eculive Secretary of tha Board of 
TJ. S. Civ.l Service E.xaminers, 
Pirth Naval District. 

The examination is being held 
by the Board 9f U. S. Civil Service 
Examiners, Filth N.ival District 
and applications will be accepted 

1 by the Executive Secretary, Board 
of U. S. Civil Service Examiners, 

I Fifth Naval D.strict, U. S. Naval 
Base, Njrfjlk 11, Virsiinia. until 
the neods of the Service have 
been met. 

No written test is required. Ap- 
plicants will b3 rated en a scale 
cf 100, on the basis of their exper- 

I ience and training as described 
in their applicaticns. and en cor- 
roborative evidence secured by the 
Commlssicn. 

nounce the birth of a third 
daughter at the Virginia Beach 
Hospital, Wednesday. April 27. 

Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Malo and 
children, Sharon and Billy, visit- 
ed relatives in Richmond the past 
weekend. 

Harold Warren, son of Mi-, and 
Mrs. W. E. Warren of Greerwich, 
left Sunday for a trip to Miami, 
Pla. Harold, with about 60 other 
boys who won a new subscrip- 
ers contest conducted by a Nor- 
folk newspaper, have a 5-day, all- 
expense paid trip, seeing Miami 
and the state cf Florida. 



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VILIFYING OWN FATHER? 

Evor sinco htt Has beon distributing his papw 
hertfabouts, dkl Willie Duhn has bean trying to fill 
space by writing about the twenty-fifth wedcKng 
anniversary party held by Cl«rence E. Hobeek and 
his wife several years ago. He has ^ied in a sneaky 
way to su^^st there was sc^nething wrong in their 
h^ing a twenty-fifth wedding anniversary by talking 
about people who were in atterniance. No one wouM 
expect any better of Willie Dunn, but this week, and 
w« ^agirw at the direction of Dunn, himseH, most 
d if was reprinted in a panrtphlet in a message pro- 
vided, by Roger AAalbon, the Dunn candidate for 
thtt'iff. 

In this article he makes quite a play about AAr. 
Hobeck's having served as a judge of election and 
his twenty-fifth wedding anniversary and the article 
levels considerable criticizm at those who attended 
this party. Judging from the past we knew AAalbon 
would stoop pretty k>w but we never thought he 
would stoop so low to publicly abuse his own lather. 

Clarence Hobeek was appointed iudge of elec- 
tion by Roger AAalbon's father, who was a member 
of the electoral board and the SUN-NEWS has in Hs 
possession the picture of Roger's father attending the 
Hobeek anniversary party. Roger AAalbon wants to 
criticize his father in an effort to take the spotlight 
of truth off himself. We don't think he is the type 
of man the people of ii*rincess Anne County want 
as their Sheriff. 

But, still Roger AAalbon must do what Boss Dunn 
says. 

(WImh leter Malhoii waMMl a M^ willi iw 
iMe pdke it was Clvence Hefefck wM took hit 
father to Richmond to help him to get that fob.) 

TEUL AUl- 

Recently at a public meeting "Butsle" Heath, 
the Dunn candidate for commonwealth's attorney, 
admitted that he has been convicted for driving under 
the Influence of whisky along with other conyTj^^fiBjEii. 
This newspaper has been suggesting for sofp^^f^j^ 
that Heath tell ALL, not just one or two covf(i^i^ji 
because, as it has been reported, his own fyirv^SiK 
mate said he has a record as long ai ydur arik 

This newspaper also calls on Roger AAipM ^o 
reveal his record to the public and to advise the public 
who made cash contributions to him %yhen his now 
associates were trying to have him removed frop(i 
office for falling to do his duty. 

It's time for the Dunn candidates to reveal to 
the public their past records. 

AI-MOST OUR OWN 

^hen James O Wright was made an honorary 
citizen of the City of Norfolk the past Tuesday many 
reaiciints here feH a degree of civic pride in the honor 
bestowed; on AAr. Wright. 

Mr- Wright can almost be claimed by Virginia 
BfA9l[i An4 ^Tncess Anne County, although he Is a 
ne^ye ol Norfoiif: his family is quite prominent here 
and while he was being honored at a Ij^ncheon 1n 
Norfolk Tuesday AArs. Wright was the honoree here 
at the Beach at a luncheon at the Princess Anne Coun- 
^try club. 

Mr. Wright's mother, AArs. Llna Cameron, lives 
here as do several other close relatives. AAr. Wright 
is the young executive of the Ford AAotor Company, 
who has enjoyed a phenomenal rise in the vast 
automobile firm. He is at present director of purchas- 
ing for the company and resides in Detroit. 

We here take pride in the. success of AAr. Wright 
and certainly extend our congratulations to him and 
to his family here who must be equaUy proud of a 
local son who has made good in a big way in a big 
business. 



MENTAL HEALTH WEEK 

Virginia Is observing National AAental Health 
Week this week and it is a time that we should devote 
to serious "thought on the subject of mental health. 
It Is, according .to statistics, one of the nation's press- 
ing health problems. 

AAental illness among children has been on the 
increase to add to the plight of the nation. Only re- 
cently here in Virginia a specia^l rammlssioo studying 
juvenile delinquency recommendejii to the State Utat 
It establish a menial hospital for cnildrcn. 

The problem of mental health has, in the past, 
been a problem thai has occupied[ ^he mwvJj^ 9p4^ 
efforts of far too few of our K>eq;»le> H is time more 
of us became interested in this vi^l subject, not just 
those among us who have been affec^,\>y ^. 

, AAental Health Week in Virginia this year wiH 
cover a three week period, aox>rdlng to officials of 
ffie Virginia A^n^i Health Association. We suggest 
that it cover every day of every year until this prob- 
lem is brought under control. To help fight this ill- 
ims offectively more of us must beconr«e interested 
frici mofo of us must o^ to improve conditions 
emong ttw mmtally ill. 



WALKPA >. 




AROUND 



JL Cracker Barrel 




uokcu no uic »um wt »nv a 



An unftriRaed member of the 
•odienee at the recent puMlc 
meeting of the "Dunn Machine" 
4icket in which that group plajred 
what is purported to be a tele- 
phone conrversatton between two 
"friends"' came away froip the 
meeting with his mind definitely 
made up to vote for the straight 
organization ticket In Jutjr. 

This person wrote a letter to 
this newspi^er this week in 
which h9 condemned a crowd that 
would stoop so tow! We thought 
his last line was particularly good. 
It went something like this — 
"TAI>EWORM WAUEER'8 RE- 
0061X010 fAUa TO MAKS 

'HIT parahe.'" 

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Ladlesman Leslie A. Weary, the 
mafi who moved here froca Ohio 
and immediate)^ knew all tb« 
answers io our problems, was re- 
ported to have said at the repent 
bunh Machine meeting that "he 
was sorry that he was siich an 
agitator from the North and that 
pne would give him the 
his house here he would 
to the Hnrth (o join bis 
'O . . . Tanl^ees." Soqpe- 
that was a prettar good 
tfuAjmx miA ^t fa* tiie 
f. hafl heijd froni Leaty, 
mean Weary. 

Someone pointed out to us the 
other day that Roger Ma^W^ ^. 
listed as the father of Ui6. sons 

the 
same 

person, who is much more famll- 
ar with Malbon's background 
than the pracker Barrel, imuied- 
iately questioned, whether l^ttUbon 
Is ashamed of a daughter or iktieSi 
he deny being the father of a 
daughter? . 

# 
Walker'a recording of a tele- 
phone conversation betwe^i ^^- 
self and a "friend" has leccNDD^e 
a Joke to most people, gmmijili 
it is a sertotis thing for a'ti^'t|o 
do. Che person thought tb%rih^ 
reference to stopping to tiie a 
drink in one of the stat(Hiriiinli8 
was the origin of Walker's ilrst 
name. This person' thought that 
Walker was called "Lit" for 6b- 
vimis reasons. 

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One of the best slogans we 
have heard recently ocmes to US 
from an organisation supporter. 
He says the organisation candi- 
dates will win the election handa 
dptgn. He says V^S. are running 
on their own record, not a "tape" 
record. 

• 
Wc would like to asic WlUic 
Dumi a question. Wc feci it only 
fair to ask htm Just one ques- 
tion since he is always asking 
questions. Willie, have you ever 
vMte4 Mrs. "BlBckie" Saledqr?" 

• 
It is a well known fact that 
Willie Dunn and his family were 
once on very friendly terms with 
VOc. and Mrs. ^X^ltey Howard. 
Itifh is the sn^e Wl^itey RMrard 
ttiat Dunn is constantly attack- 
ing in his newspaper. We wonder 
if Dunn ever thinks back to the 
kindnesses these people raidered 
his family in tbe part. 

"ai^tste" KBathu very proud of 
his ^rit^ins recMd by his own 
^MJiilBsion. Be aflnits to bebag 
irreii^ ai^ convhpti^ for drlv- 
l|^ im^ tm Inf^enc^ and n^ 



This really happened. A man 
with several yards of gay paper 
streamer ambling down the street 
was brought into court and 
charged with being intoxicated. 
The officer explained to the 
Judge that he knew tbe man was 
Inebriated, wavint the streamer 
as evidence. The Judge felt it was 
Just a way of celebratii^ the 
Wew Year. The policeman agreed, 
but said when he asked the man 
wliat he was doing carrying it 
down the street he told him he 
was taking it home to play on 
his tape recorder. No, it was not 
Ut Walker. 




SVOOB8TED "BANNER' 



April 29, 1955 
The Editor, 
dun-ifews, 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
Dear Sir:. 

f wenito t|;b pol^iod meeting 
w we Ticket /or Princess Anne 
last night with an open mind. I 
left the meeting with the definite 
decision that I w<^ld vote the 
#«ig^ Oi^gaAlcatiOn ticket in 

If 1 were to write a rebuttal ar- 
ticle to the farce I witnessed last 
night at the High School my 'ban- 
ner' or lead line would read: 
"TAFCWORM WALKER'S RE- 
CpgpiRO PAOa TO MAKE 

•ii^'MiAi*"''. 

A Reader 




H^th is such a fpur f lusher 
even the newspaper- reporters 
can't teU his moods, niey cant 
ten If hie Is crying or if he is 

awy- 

Bvtr since Lit Walk-cr ttoopcd 
to recordins a telephone conver- 
satkn irftii a "MMid," the say- 
ing goes that tiie tdepbone does 
not |kav« a "teiwboQB reoetver." 
but a teHqidioiK "OBKiver/' 



^t^i^ l^h Sun-News, 
y^ii^ Bleach. Va. 
^r ^: 

^^. well well — what won't 
^ey ^Llni of t^xt? Now WUlie 
G^mi VaA his cohorts have even 
tmfiii ^tronic snoopers to thcir 
staff. It would seem that tape re- 
corders should get a lot of free 
publicity out of this drivel and 
I'll just bet that the people who 
make records won't take it lying 
dOHm. either! 

Seriously, though, this business 
Of the phone conversation be- 
tween Walker and Little tops 
even the infamous charges hurled 
at Judge Ployd Kellam. Willie and 
his boys are getting so well versed 
In histrionic ability I expect to 
hear any day that the whole cast 
will i-tceive an offer to play on 
Bi-oadway . . . SRO of course. 
Take it! You'll enjoy longer ca- 
reers, boys! There'll 6e more mo- 
ney iit It, too! 

Tlie recording of the purported 
telephone conversation Ijctween 
Mr. Walker and Mr. Little played 
at the high school last Thursday 
night fell flat on its face to any- 
one attending the meeting with 
an unbiased mind, and it was ap- 
parent that the recording itself 
was in no way anything that 
would be detrimental to the or- 
ganisation or its followers. It is 
new a matter of record that it 
was merely used to enable Willie 
and his boys to distort facts and 
read in meanings to rclea.se to the 
papas. However, all was not lost 
by this action. It clpaily show},. 
without a shadow of a doubt, that 
Vb. Walker Hike all of Wille's 
boys) wiU just as quiclcly knife a 
bo^m friend in tlic back as he'd 
down a glass <rf whiskey. <Is that 
Why his nickname's "Lit"?) 

Friends are more valuable than 
money in the bank. This is prov- 
ed every day. Apparently Mr. 
Walter prefers not to have friends 
and to have money in the bank 
fpiAllc funds, of courbc!). His 
metlKXJ!^ show that even his own 
ftteojki camiot trust him and yet 
he expects utf to trust him xith 
biai|^l;cfdbi of thousands of doUars 
(a our moD^. Ilals is too one- 



sided a situation for even the 
most gullibie of us to swallow, po 
WiUie and his bays actpalty be- 
lieve they have a chance to get 
into power igy pullii^ such antics? 
Are the whole bunch of them a 
mass case of arrested develop- 
ment? Or is it merely the fact 
that they never were allowed to 
play cops and robbers when chil- 
dren and must do so now. at oi^ 
expense? 

A closmg thought! That "But- 
sle" is a smooth talking city slick- 
er if there ever was one. Appar- 
ently, thoiwh. he thinks we back- 
woods plain talking peopl'> don't 
know it. He's got a tot to learn 
befwe hell hcwtle us. eh, fellows? 

A 3 F 



72nd and Oceanfront 

April 29, 1955 
Mr. Al Mailbes and 
Mr. R. Victor RandaU 
Sun-News 
Virginia Beach 

Dear Sirs: 

The second Virginia Beach His- 
toric CHirden Week Tour was a 
great success — ctouble last y^r's, 
which by statewide standards was 
considered record-breaking. 

We certainly are appreciative of 
all the Sun-News did to help us 
atong. I think the people who 
came on the tour went away hap- 
py, and eonsequently grateful tor 
all the' qHM you ,gave ttffem, too. 



Tr9ihv?ys Tour 

Vi$rt$ Dixie $ 
Own C^ Cod 

Although it may bt denied in 
Provlncetown. Aoserlca has a balw 
Cape Cod and Dixie is the own- 
er. 

A "new" and '•<^|cidedly differ- 
ent" TraOwa^s vacation tour wfll 
▼Ult gala Vl^ma Beach, the 
ttiwdvcd mniery at tost Ootony 
and the unsptHled outer banks ol 
north C^uriHlna. Along this thin 
stri|> of g(Hden sand and kmely 
barrier of tslands of this Eastern 
Shore Area are iDund stimulating 
recreational (mwrtunlties and re- 
warding experlencea in history 
and nature. Many a seaman has 
been shaken by iU wildness but 
Mmparatlvtiy few travelers have 
vWted it becaiae nature block- 
aded all but Uie adventuresome. 

The outer banks mean Kitty 
Etowk of Wright Brother's fame: 
Fort Raleigh and the waterside 
theatre production of Pai^ 
Oreen's "Lost Ootony": JoCkey 
Riidge and the hlghast sand dunes 
in the East: Cape Hatteraa. proud 
owner ot the taUest lightlKntse 
In America with gtapefruit and 
oranae trees within Its sights. 

Ocracoke is the island of Black- 
beard the firate and the land of 
storied shipwriecking, sea shells 
galore and wlM ptmies. Here 
you're far away from everything 
commonplace — No licenses for 
atttonudriles, no police, no Jails 
and no telephones. Life on this 
unique Island moves by the 
tides and not by the clock: Here 
the sea, sand and tiky come to- 
gether—unspoiled. 

Trallways eight day independ- 
ent tours will operate dally except 
Sundays — June 30 through Sep- 
tember 3rd — At a cost of f9^.97 
per person, which Includes round 
trip motor coach tra^isportatlon. 
accommodations at flrrt ifltm ho- 
tels, sightseeing by "Jeep", admis- 
sion to lost Cotony drams, all 
Federal, State and City taxes. 

Your first day will take you to 
Norfolk, via the New Jersey 
turnpike and the Chesapeake 



rtxry. Ttie next HKf you win c<mi- 
tlnue through Kitty EMk and 
Nags Head to Ma^eo with the 
"Lost Colony" dn«» sc^hikd 
for the evenit^. The third and 
f3urth days are spent at Cape 
Hatteras and pcracofce — tour- 
ing the belches and visiting the 
many shipwrecks ami histdrleal 
sights by "JMp." your 'l^^' 
sixth and atvcnth days ai« at 
tolsure In Virgmia Beach — 
"Amerieali Vacatlott Paradise" — 
wltti five mltos ot clean, white 
sand beach and numeroiw recre- 
ational facilities, "nie eighUi day 
Tmllwaya earri^ you homeiward 
with the memories of a "Differ- 
ent" vacation . . . tong to be re- 
BMmtoered. 

Cotorful brochures describing 
this unique tour may be obtained 
from E. J. &nith, Trallways, Fort 
Authority Bus Termtoal, Hew 
York. New York. Pennsylvania 
f|-Ml3. Reservattons murt be 
made in advance. 



VETERANS' AGENT 
HERE AUY 12 

lliomas A. Mtoore, area director 
who works out of tile Norfolk of- 
fice of the Virginia State IMvislon 
of War Veterans' Claims, wOl be 
at the Virginia Beach Community 
House, Arctic Avenue, between 11 
a. m. and 3:15 p. m. next Thurs- 
day. May 12. it Is announced. 

Veterans and their dependents, 
or survivors of deceased veterans, 
may personally file claims or ap- 
plications and government forms 
relative to any benefits to which 
they may be entitled under Fed- 
eral or other laws, &ioore said. 



Thank you so much! 
Sincerely, 

Kay Sewell 

Publtelty Chairman 

Virginia Beach Garden 

Week Tour. 



BIRTHS 

At the Virginia Beaeh HospHai 

April 2S — Mr. and Mrs. Charles 
H. Oaudreau, 6904 Atlantic Ave.; 
Va. Beach, Va.— Baby 'Bpy, 

April 28 — Mr. and Mrs. Alex C. 
Bjown, Rt. 4, pox 245, Norfolk. 
Va.— Baby Girt. ' « 

April 28— Mr. and Mrs. William 
M. Parker. London Bridge. Va.— 
Baby crirL 

April 27— Mr. and Mrs. Charles 
Phillip Anglln. 616 /i - 2«th. St; 
Va. Beach, Va.— Baby Girl. 



A man can sometimes get a 
pearl out of an oyster, but it takes 
a pretty girl to get a diamond 
out ol an old crab. ^ -^ 



Mi<i Joyce Fiihon 
Craduales Smith 
Cdleg^ io June 

l^n Joyce Palmer FidUm, 
dauiAiter of Col. and Mrs. Robert 
F. Fiilton (^ 107 ChewliA Court, 
^irdbieek Folnt, will 4>e aAMig 
the 431 members of the Sknlth 
college clasa of 1199 who win be 
cant^dates for the bachek»' of 
arts degree at the tRh com- 
mencement exercises at Smith 
doUege, l^yth w n p l on , Mass. on 
Mmiday. June i. 

Adlai Stevenscn. lawyer, form- 
er governor of Illinois and 1952 
Democratic presidential candidate,- 
will be the 1MV5 commencement 
speidcer. 

These exercises will cliinax a 
weekend of commencement acti- 
vities which wUl begin with the 
1955 class siqpper on Thursd,^y, 
June 2. and include the tra<ft- 
tional Ivy Day cerononies on Sat- 
urday, .Mine 4, and the baccalau- 
reate servtoe for sentors on Sun- 
day, June 5. 

Miss Fulton, who kas graduated 
from the Futney School in Put- 
ney, Vt., is taking tbe honors pro- 
gram in history at ;^ith College 
aiul is on the dean's 1^. 

'She has been chairman of the 
curriculum committee, an under- 
graduate group which acts as lia- 
son between the faculty and stu- 
dents dealing with matters con- 
cerning courses cf study. 

Active in athletics. Miss Fulton 
, has been a member of Life 
Guards, a group of precision 
swimmers who present water bal- 
lets and serve as lifeguards at the 
college pool, and in her junior 
year received the Smith Blazer 
award, given for participation on 
four All-Smith teams.. She has 
also been a meraiber of the Debate 
Club and Gold Key, an honorary 
association of student guides who 
conduct visitors about the cam- 
pus. 

- Miss Fulton was recently hon- 
orded by the award cf an "S" pin, 
presented to members of the sen- 
ior class by the Athletic Associa- 
tion on the basis of scholarship, 
sportsmanship, leadership and 
superior character. 



Scenic Shenandoah National 
Park In Virginia was dedicated on 
Ji^y 3, 1936. - f 



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FOR TREASURER 

Robert S. "Bob" Wabob* Jr. 

K)IR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY 



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FOR COMMISSIONER OF THE REVENUE 

Jobn S. Mwr 

FOR SHERIFF 



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VU^NA SIACH SUN - l^ltWS, THURSDAY MAY 5, 1955 



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Woman'f Ckib 
To See Fashfom 
At Mincheofi 

The Woman's Cluto of Cheia- 
peake Beach wiB hoM their regu- 
lar monttilsr luncheon mecUiw, 
Tuea(toy May 10th, at 1:00 F. M. 
at %ht Chesapeake Beaeh Cmb- 
munity Center. Following the 
tn«slness nceting there will be a 
sbowliw of BMH^h Vtehions frocfi 
l^acrs of Chempeake Bnch. 
Mrs. W. D. Bnx^ wUl be the 
caaooMntator for the fashion 

t. King, Mrs. T. S. Allred. Mr*, 
M. H. ftatfesq, M"- ^ J- »h- 
«fedge. ilTrs. ^ J- Was^'lrtlej^. 
iirs. 1^ Qr«e^# »«tai ~" 

#. *al- ^^' 

«f4 Uh^ |tris Art ta-~~ 
"feen-Age grow. wUiii 
aored t)y the Woman's Clilb. 

r^e hostesses for the luncheon 
m^ng are: VUs. R. W. I%ls. 
llMi^rman Mrs. B. V. Rtynokls. 
fir; Mrs. B. V. Reynolds, Jr: Mrs. 
Jf. ^. y^Vm, Mrs. fva Hatch, 
l§rj^. O, A. fifeuM^ and Mrs. i. $. 

becutm Boof 4 
Utets Today 

l^f liecuUve Bo«rd of the 
pjcei|h I'ark Ili^oman'S Club will 
te^ Thursday, May Sth at 10:- 
A M. at the home of Mrs. R. 
|[olloman. 

•^^e Woman's Club of Ocean 
f«|rk will hold their regular 




OKy." Mrs. V. B. WomhMB. Bud- 
get and Finance e ha l fm w i . tox 
the mrgifUa Fe^teraUon o( Wo- 
BMn's CluAs wld tautall th« re- 
Mntljy fllee^ officers. 

noateaaes f<»- tbe hmehecm win 
be: Mn. J. O. Aatoiim. chatman; 
Mrs. C. H. F«y, Iftra. C. E. Ev- 
erette, Mn. O. W. Brlnn, Mrs. 
C. O. liorton, Mrs. A. P. Main 
and Mrs. Catherine McQueen. 

Ur. and idrs. R. O. riidoiMin 
<a Ocean Fark reemtly ceMnrated 
thetar Silver Weddtoig Anniversary. 
'Their party was held at the ban- 
quet hall of the P<ortamonth &>- 
ca-Oo)a bottling woilBs. ChMsts 
numbered tb. Mfc hope Mr. and 
Mrs. ilolk>n|i9n will have many 
more happy anniveraaries! 



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Tha qay^ Uot^ CUb wiU 

1 Pri<^ tMtOJi — 
. The^ will be sell- 
I f n^ "Accoiit." The 

PyMlffirt ^%»|dat Rob- 

w ^99fm mm w* wtrton-s 

Super Mark^, ittk kflVtnf a cov- 
ered dish ngpper ftlday night 
May 8th at f:30 P. M. Aftfr the 
supper a f iln^ will be ahowi^ "The 
Btt)le on tha Tafble." Rev. John 
R. Wright la ^ p»twr- 

GARDEN €LUI 
MEETS TONIGHT 

The Dia 
Club will m 

Westtoerry R.^ 
rlno will t# 







littcheon meeting, Wednesday, | chcr. 

iufay ilth at 13:30 P. M. In the 

9|Q^ Room orf the Ocean Park 

?^e Station. Mrs. "A. Richard 

i^eltzer, president of the Vlr 



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l^i sulTili^ct wijUi ^ "fe^eratipn 



l^vrings Garden 

y^a^, ^Ight, 

at the 

lurg, 5832 

ifrai. T. Anna- 

.._ ..^ to the cli|i> o^ 

'flower arrafagemen^ for sum- 
mer flowers. The hostesses for 
the meeting will be Mrs. Mc- 
dough and yif». li^adelina Fen- 



The Owan Park Woman's 
Clut> held a da«eatlon ctreoKmy 
of their l^alMtfm CooMlimtty 
PMfc, mam M^ lat •( *'^ 
F. M. Th« park ti ^wrted ob a 
«iict. lo«^ ••<« ovtilool^ac 
Lyanhaiven Ii^. The park is as 
yet in a dream lAage but it la the 
hope (^ the club that in the near 
future it win beeoMe a roOlty. 
This project was started by the 
club a couple of yarn a^. M ol 
today the park consists of a ccm- 
creted area with concrete bench 
ami taMe and fire i^ace, tor pic- 
nics. 

jn the future the club is plan- 
niny on iHwridlng swings, slides, 
tennis court, skating rink and 
ba^e«ball (xnirt; as soon as fundi 
are avaiMMe. 

A parade led by the club presi- 
dent, Mrs. R. O. ndloman and 
gueat speaker. Judge Iloyd Kel- 
1am. of the Circuit Court of Prin- 
cess Anne County, foUoiwed by 
Oiri Scouts from Troop 303. spon- 
sored by the Wcnan's Ch4» of 
Oeean Park; and Brownie troop 
225. also sponsored by the ctiA>; 
and a band of boys and girls of 
the community fumiahed music. 
•They were followed by the Kre 
Trucks. Jeep and Ambulance of 
the Ocean Park Fire IKpartment. 
The parade circled around the 
community and went on to the 
part whe^ they dtabanded. 

At the start of ihe dedication 
ceremony the Qirl Bcouts led the 
pSedge of Allegiance, this was fol- 
knred by the Star Qpai«led 9an- 
ner. After the Nattona) AnOiem 
Judge Kellam gave a talk dedi- 
cating the park. He emphaaiaed 
that the park was for the children 
and youth of the comavinity. We 
congratvflated the cl«0t)i on what 
they were doing In making a bet- 
ter coOUnwilty for children to be 
brought up in. He aald there were 
three thhtfs that should he 
guarded with aealous care: First 
the home — which is (he place 
where our children are reared. 
Second the church and Sunday 
School where the spiritual up- 



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i|cn q(HI iMfe. 

ffCHpllUiij) owr thirty tbut.'v 

tr^ ' shots with a serlO|M gol( 

and a 11^ ot nglti^dixt 

isi hte cm$'tiika sho#, flaha 

(^ IW^ spirts f<as a looit 

a| ^00 oJr lie oiofft dlMcttll and 

4«^ ihOte oil aU tiape- 

Ipta Wtcha# ^vtts gov balls 

S^ te» iq> to thrie faet Ugh. 
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^1^ he hits thrie awin^ b^ 
•tth a driver, ea«^ agllMig iM 



the Kempsvi|M District utrllj be at 
Diamond Strings to Re|(lster 
voters Thur^y Night l^ay Sth 



gtid^ Federation of Woman's fron 7:30 P. M- to 8:30 P. M. at 



the home of fir. and Mrs. Ray- 
mond p»^. Ml^ Watl^erry Road. 



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Ws need space — You like a bargain come in now, and 
buy 2 suits, coats or dresses for the price of one — 
Many other items at special prices. 

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each agllMig 

I yards down the fairway, hitting 
j four balls at once, two go up 
(Hahn catches them before they 
hit the ground) and two go out 
down the fairway. His toughest 
shot is driving a dozen balls, with 
a ^lUb in each hand, alternating 
li^t and right hai^«l shots and 
not stepping as he goes down the 
Une of balls. 

ftor retaliation. Hahn cracEs 
out a few sitting down, a few 
iQore while kneeling and even 
stands on a sportseat. on one foot, 
and drives a ball off a three-foot 
tee over 200 yards. 

Camera fans are invited to 
bring their lens boxes out and 
have a field day photographing 
Hahn's antics. 

NOn-golfers will enjoy the per- 
formance as well as the enthus- 
iast. Since the entire exhibition 
is done from one spot, there will 
be no walking for the gallery's 
comfortable enjoyment. 



W 1 aiade Jr Reaiatrar for hirlnging of Our chUdren Is In the 
W. J. »i«M, jr. K^is^rar lor , -.™ki* «-«nu. Third _ 



hands. o( capahle people. Third — 
the schpo^ where th^y are edu- 
cated and apend ao much of their 
tmie. He also said U^e club has 
an opportiinity to^build and 
strengthen .community spirit and 
If they do w^ wiU have a t>rlghter 
and safer cpmaiuiilty. 

Judge Kellam, assisted by Mrs. 
^Uoi|aan cut the rllbon le%dih|t 
to the irark. Hot dogs, barttecue, 
and soft drinks were sold to the 
many adults and children who 
helped to celebrate the dedication 



Th<e Dlgiinond Springs Home- 
makers wiU meet May 17th at the 
horned Ailra. Lynne Brunnenme- 
yer on Argonne Drivt. 

Lieut, and Mrs. M. Ladner had 
a baby daughter born April 16th 
at the Portsmouth Naval Hospl- 



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ROSEWOOD tfENORIU PARK 

Princess Anne Memorial Cemetery 

^Tamily Burial Estates'' 

NON-SECTARIAN 

F|ATyRIN6 ... a series of RELIGIOUS GAI^ENS with statues and 
features depicting scenes of Biblical significance. 

INEXPENSIVE . . . Lots may be purchased "Before Need" with generous 
monthly terms; 

PERPETUAL CARE ... A trust fund is provided whereby a portion 
of each sale is set aside and held in trust forever for future 
care of the GARDENS 

~. . REMEMBER ... A cemetary lot is somettiing that every one MUST 
buy someday. Don't leave that obligation to a loved one to dp 
ALONE. 

cKp and mail rtiis coupon 

ROSEWOOD MEMORIAL PARK [ 

Rooms 353'354 MonHcoHo Aixade, Norfolk 

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Please furnish me with complete details about Rosewood Memorial Park, j 

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Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Dill of Car- 
olina Avenue have as their guests 
for several days Mr. and Mrs. T. 
C. MoMahon. of Westfleld, N. Y. 



B is the annual cualMi of the 
1.M0 MethocBat ehiuv^ in the 
Virginia Ccmlerenee to t^ a 
special offerlj^ iat i|e^pMtfe. 
the home for the i^fod, w^eh be- 
Ima^ to the coB^ipeaAee and to k>- 
eated at IMS Waa^ocA ^enue. 
Wehaond. An apfOtf to tt^ iDO 
plutors to lead m th^ effort has 
gone out fron INNC Aiui ^^ 
f||r«cr, resiaant kM)«» «< <he 
Richmond area. 

Two dormitories are under con- 
struction at the home, the cost of 
which will be nearly one nyyion 
dollars when finished and^ur- 
nished. The buildii^s are now 
about one-third cmnplete and the 
constructicm work ia progmair^ 
rapidly. There are now 77 men 
and women in the home, but the 
capacity will be 250 wh«i this 
additional dormito^ s{»ce is 
ready for use: In addition to 147 
bedrooms there will be a dozen 
rooms for occupational and phy- 
aical therapy, providing an outlet 
for activity by those interested in 
ceramics, weaving, sewing, hand- 
craft, art and other hobbies. Each 
floor wrll have a spacloua solarium 
for lounging and social visiting. 



AiKlrey A^Qore 
H&nortddi 
Linen Shower 

Mrs. Audle L. Fisher, Jr., en- 
tertained at a linen .shower Fri- 
day evening at her home on Arc- 
tic Avenue in honor of Miss Au- 
drey Lee Morse, whose marriage 
to First Lieut. James ^rton Til- 
lett, will take place on June 11. 

Guests, in addition to the guest 
of honor, were: Mrs. Elsworth 
Morse, Mrs. J. B. Tillett. Mrs. Al- 



vin Frtce, idtn. Edwin V. anith, 
hbn. John Kiwwles. Mrs. Robert 
Gray, Mrs. J. L. Sanderlln. Mrs 
, K. ft. Randolph, Bfts. &nest Har- 
Ijirove, Mrs. Fhlllp Waterfleld. 
&|rs. Kiwus Mlnton, Mrs. Hilt<m 
Gray, Mjn. Ptn Wroton. Ufs A 
L. Ksher, Jr.. Mrs. Charles Gray. 
Jr.. Mrs. Marshall Fiaher. Mrs. 
Thomas Daley. »^ Kline anlth, 
Mrs. Richard Th<«npson. Mrs. 
Wade Morse, Mrs. Mildred Paulkes 
and Misses Lucille Fisher and Vi- 
ane Fisher. 




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(Coniinaed from Page One) 

Also: JoAnn Black, of Knox- 
ville, Tenn.; Joyce Clingenpeel. 
of Roanoke; Janet Fisher, of Col- 
lingswood, N. J.; Judy Freeman, 



of Norfolk; Sue fYyer. of Chan- 
tllly; Ellen Hunter, of Ports- 
mouth; Hewlett Hurt, of Waynes- 
boro; Mauri ta Jaspan, of Roa- 
noke; Virginia Kendall, of South- 
hampton, L. I., N. Y.; Joan Wal- 
ler, ci West Orange, N. J. 

Returning from past seasons 
will be; Malcolm Anderson, of 
Crestitill. N. J.; Jim Bryden. of 
Alexandria; John Clarke, of New- 

- With the completion of these 
buildii^s Hermitage will be one 
of the largest homes for the aging 
owned by the Methodist Church 
In the United SUtes. 
port News; Bill Catling, of Ports- 
m.^uth; Adair McConnell. of Har- 
risonburg; Aggie Vassos, of Nor- 
folk: James Weddle. of Hillsville; 
Jean Farrow, of Staunton; Joyce 
Owaltney. of Richmond; Marilyn 
Parr, of Washin?t"n, Pa.; Suz- 
anne Roberts, oi 1 ,..,-*-. .:r:- 
bara Wooten, oT Rxhmond. 

Ifressed in authentic colonial 
costimies. the choir has been in- 
tegrated into "The Common Glo- 
ry" so that the singers actually 
participate in the drama, which 
tells of the Virginia colonists' 
Revolutionary stri^gles. 

"The Qo^EUtnon Glory" will be 
presented nightly, except Mon- 
days, this summer through Sep- 
tember 4, in tovely Matoaka Lake 
Amphitheatre, located in restor- 
ed 18th-century Williami'ourg. 



CMfie single mama moth and her 
offspring can destroy in a single 
year as much wool as it takes a 
dozen sheep to produce. 



Richard L tl«v ef M 
hontas Drive, and CMbeit A. fl^ 
in;; of Norfolk, iMV« worn W^ # 
Europe tn tlM 
My Oue^" traWl 
motion. Both moo are 
with Mechanical ^Bt^timttm eiir<* 
poratlon. Norf<Hk. 

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i Me Not, if you have to scram "^ 
i itch, yotir •We hack ai any drag 
i Apply it for any Mtcrnally c 
itch. Ask for llch We No< t3^ M 

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This is the engine th^ has stock 
cM^timers doing a *'doi^ take" at 
their atra-watches wlfercTer ex- 

{lerts gatner to compal^ the abil* 
ties of the 1955 cars. 

* For ^example, in ^e recent 
NASCAE* slock car coaqietition at 
Dajtdna Beach, Floridly Chevrolet 
literally fan away flcon every 
odier car In its class— ind a raft of 
others besides. In tl|0 (me^nile 
straightaway run for biV-priced 
cars, the first two places— and six 
of the first ten— weni to Chev- 
nriets. And in accelemtlon runs 
flr^ii • BtoBdiBg atari agaiBat all 



comers, Chevrolet beat all other 
low-priced cars— and every high- 
priced car except onet 

What's behind this blazing per- 
formance? A compact honey of a 
V8 that only the world's leading 
producer of valve-in-head engines 
can build. Chevrolet's new "Tur- 
bo-Fire V8" has the shortest piston 
stroke in the industry (that means 
less piston travel . . .longer 
engine life) ! And it deliv- 
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pound of any V8 in the 
low-priced fijeld. It's so 
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only four quarts of oil in- 
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your driving life. You're in 
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horsepower— or if you're look- 
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the new •'Super Turbo-Fire l'8" 
(optional at extra cost) putfi 
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VIRGINIA BEACH SUN- NfWS, THURSDAY A^Y S, 195S 



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1 EAST OCEAN VEW NOTES I 

WOO^fool fhtmg Pkf Announced 
For Park; Work to Beg^ Soon 



Mmm for the emstnKtkm cf • 

fisli'.ng pier which would extend 

l,a«> feet into Chesapeake Bay. 

*hom the Ocean View Amusement 

1#lMlt. were annoiuMied this week 

•ijf Dr. DlKlley Cooptr. presAOeat 

' tit the Ocean View Innmyrement 

Corporation. 

• tft. CoofptT said UMt eoi^roc- 

tloB.on the pier will begin as 

" taem as necessary clearance has 

* l>Mti received from the Norfolk 

filrtriet offU;e of the Army En- 

f ineers and the city. 

iPhe firopo^d pier win be loc«t- 
^ at the foot t/l th^ Hammett 
Parkway. Oreart View. It will ex- 
tend froB the beach owned by 
the eorporatkm and the Bay 
Kront AMOCiates. 

Aecardli« to plans auMnltted to 
Ifte tawcf engineers, the pier win 
M of ^le and timber oonstroction 
and twehre feet wide, extendtaR 
14M feet into the bay. tlie head 
if the pier will be in the form of 
,« "T," with three "finger piera" 
, ftrovided at the off-shore end. 

Architectural engineers for the 
stmcture are Tiibien McCHiughy 
and Associates. 

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lath tloBse (^ned 

r The Cteean. View Amusement 

J ttork has opened its bath house 
for the new season due to the 
large crowd on hand last week. 
It will be open on a daily schedule 

*- beginning at 9 a. m. 

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^^ ifMfeial fnttum lot 

.. ittfther's Day 

' Itfother's Day will be obaSrvcd 
'- at the park with an entertain- 
/ ment program and prize competi- 
tion at 2:90 p. m. on the outdoor 
, stage. There will be cash prises 
,, for the oldest and youngset mo- 



COLONY RESTAURANT 



thers iM-eKnt. the mother with the 
most children, and the most at- 
tractive mother between tlve ages 
of 20 and 35 years. Mrs. Thelma 
Ofll» will be miatreffl cl cere- 
monies. 

The program will be pre«eded 
by the free circus act. Pat and 
Tanya, who do a high perch act 
137 feet above the ground, with- 
out the benefit of safety deviees. 
This team will give its final ma- 
tinee performance the day f<ri- 
lowing Mother's ttoy. 



LtomChAllas 

Speclai ^facfam 

A special Mother's Day program 
was held by the Ocean View 
Ltora Chd> on MMiday of this 
week. Wires and mothers were 
guests at an annual dinner. 

A nomiiMitlng coraanittee was 
named to submit a date of of- 
ficers far consideration at the 
next meeting. Serving on this 
eMBmittee are Bin Herman, Herb 
Ptntresa and H. B. Bait»la. 



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"BESTATBEACr 

"The person who told us your 
food was the best on the Beach 
knew exactly what they were 
talking about." so said Brther 
Jolly, of Salem, Virginia, after a 
tecmt meal at the Colony Res' 
tauraflt on Atlantic AVe. in the 
Jefferson Hotel building. 

This patron's remark is typical 
of manv who have discovered the 
enjoyment and fine food to be 
had at the Colony. (ADV.) 



CtOtTBT HOtSt SCflOd 

ftrnTtV ton MAT 9 • 13 

Monday: Tuna fish salad on 
lettuce; Half of boiled egg: green 
peas and carrots; sliced peaches; 
bread and butter: milk: cookie. 

Tuesday: Spaghetti and ham- 
burger; succotash: apple sauce; 
c up c a ke; bre ad and butter; milk. 

Wednesday: Fresh ham; gravy 
on rice; turnip greens; sweet po- 
tato; bread and butter; milk and 
cookie. 

Thursday: Hot dog on roll with 
onions and relish; pinto beans; 
fruit cocktail; chocolate cake; 
milk. 

Friday: Macaroni and cheese; 
string beans; buttered com; do- 
nut; bread and butter; milk. 



WOOIIMfilf FftESENT 
SAFE DRIVER PINS 

The Woodman of th^ World 
presented safe driver pins at a 
recent meeting of the Creeds 
Parent-Teacher Asaoclation. 

Recipients of the pins were 
Mn. CNrin Whltehurst and Mrs. 
Alva MaUwn. Soverign J. A. Car- 
roll presented the pins. 



More than 200 kinds of birds 
have been seen in Shenandoah 
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liewly elected trustees, 
at the Qmrteily Co n fere n ce of 
the Methodist Church on Fri(taiy 
evening, April 29. were Dr. Waller 
L. TaykH- and Aubrey Holmes. H. 
E .Savag?, chairman of the Bcwrd 
of Trustees, was re-elected at the 
session. 

Fifteen new Rewards were alM 
named at the fimil qmrterly 
meeting of tfhe church year. Tl^ 
are: William Perrell, Reld F. 
Digges. Jr., Dr. Leslie B. Oore, 
Ri^ll S. Marshall, Sr.. Edmund 
W. Creeltmore. Emmett W. Fogle, 
Jolm Olover. Ctocar K. Mabont 
Dr. T. Roy Jarrett, Andrew T. 
Moore, C. H. Nelms. wmiam J. 
RoMshaw, Dempsie Wallace, Mrs. 
Leonard H. Barrel! and Mrs. Ada 
Wilson. 

Named to the eommissimi on fi- 
nance were: J. W. Wood, C. HaU 
SnelUngs, William H. Darden. E. 
W. Smith, Winiam FerreD and 
ayde F. HiD, 1^. 

Mrs. J. C. Undtoey was elected 
to the commission on education 
and to the commission on mem- 
bership and evangelism, Vernon 
•raiett, Comdr. E. S. Friedrick. 
Mrs. Horace McClanan and Mrs. 
J. E. Wright. 

Aubrey Holmes was re-elected 
superintendent of the Church 
School with Ben Wroton and 
Richard M. Dillon as assL^tants. 
Divisional superintendents for the 
coming year are to be Mrs. E. L. 
Applegate, children: Mrs. Mahlon 
F. Dempewolf, young people, and 
Richard F. Dyer, adults. 




B & PW Club 
Elects Delegates 

The 34th annual convention of 
the Virginia Federation of Busi- 
ness and Professional Women's 
Clubs, Inc., will convene at Hotel 
Jefferson, Richmond, May 6 for 
a three-day session. The conven- 
tion sessions wiU be presided over 
liy the State president, Mrs. Mary 
8. Etter. of Waynestooro. NaUonal 
representative will be Miss Mar- 
guerite Rawalt. of Washington, D. 
C, presidtnt of the National Fed- 
eration, who will be the speaker 
at a formal banquet in the baU- 
room of the Jefferson on Satur- 
day evening. 

Miss Irtna Bell, newly-elected 
president of the Princess Anne 
club, will represent the local club 
on the state board cf directors, 
and Miss Ruth Newell on the no- 
minating, ccmmlttee. 

Delegates from the local group 
include, beside' Miss Newell, Mrs. 
M. P. Strlckler, Mrs. Mabel Stroh- 
korb, Mrs. Mark White, Mrs. Ag- 
nes Mabry and Mrs. Clyde dayle. 
Elected alternates are Mrs. Vir- 
ginia Holland, Mrs. Jack Oibbs, 
Miss Margaret Yeoma^i, Miss He- 
len Oresham and Miss JeweU 
W'hitlock. 



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Princess Anne Chorus To Sing On 
Mother's Day At Methodist Church 



Some minds are like concrete. ^. _ ^-.w...„. ^.»»» 

All mixed up and pemanently set. the l|ort Story Officers Club, 



Next Sunday, Mother'a Day. win 
feature the appearance of the 09- 
voice Princess Anne High School 
Chorus at the 11 o'ekiek servke 



Mrs. TllbrNk 

(CoBtlmwd frma JNge Oat) 

most interesting since It brought 
out step-tQT-step progress of the 
Council, partkulatly in Ita beau- 
tification of the Atlantic Parkwajr 
and 31st Street entrance. There 
are now 10.000 planta, trees and 
shrubs akmg the parkway. Before 
the undertaking lor the CouncU at 
Garden ChJbs it was juch an un- 
sightly area with car tracks and 
an accumulation of nlMiish and 
in such an unattractive condition 
that it had become known as 
"Garbage Gulch." Since the "face 
lifting" and transformation by 
the Council it has become- known 
as the world's largest garden club 
project, consisting at 47 blocks, 
beginning at the Cavalier and go- 
ing all the way to Fort Story. 
Visitors to the Beach may nour 
look i forward tc» aeebig a roadsld^ 
UeautUIcation program that to 
unprecedented and ha* no jiarallel 
in Virginia, truly one of the ma- 
jor attractions of the Old Do* 
minion. " ^ 

Mrs. Tilbrook stressed the Im- 
portance of each club having a ) 
beautlficatlon project and pointed ,' 
cut the beauty of dogwood tree« 
in this vicbilty. 

Committee chairmen will be ah- i 
nounced at a later date. . > 

MlLITAltY JtlftbR ASSEMBLY I 
DANCE TOMORROW NIGHT ' 

The final dance of the Military 
Junior Assembly wUl be held on 
Friday, May 0. from 8:30 to 11:30 
p. m.. in the Colonial ^llroom of 



of the Tlrginla Beach MeHMdIst 
CSmrch. The ehoras of mfated 
yolees to diraeted by Miss Rtiby 
Lee Black of Quentln. Va.. who to 
a member of the Vtrginto Beach 
Methodist eholr. 

Miss Black vas trained at M»- 
dtom College In HarrtooHburg. 
and Joined the faculty of the 
Frinoess Anne High ScAiool Ipst 
fan. The large chorus, composed 
of mixed Tolees, win sing at the 
special Mother's Day service of 
the Beach churchy "We Praise 
Thee" by MueUer, and "Onward 
Ye peoples " by SdMUus. Offtoers 
of the chorus are Andy kfeCuUar. 
president; Tony Vera, vice presi- 
dent, and Jane Bernard, secre- 
tary. 

The 9 a. m. senrkse on Mother's 
Day will le another of the fa- 
mous "family pew" services that 
have proved so popular at the 
Methodist Church. Parents and 
chUdren are encouraged to sit to- 
gether in family pews at thto ser- 
vice. The Hay. C. Stanley LoweU, 
pSstpr, WiU preach at both ser- 
vices on the topic: "The Basic In- 
gredient." 



Concert Assn. 
PnpmmgPcir 
NewS^orr 

The Clvle Ooneert Aasoetotkm.- 
apensmed by the Virginto Beach 
Mlisie Chib, has tost CMnpfeted 
the series of three eemeerts by ar- 
.i^s fran the liatknal Muste As- 
soetotloB of New Torii. WlUi the 
nMNiriastle recepUon and soe- 
eeaa of thMe concerts the a^m- 
bers ct the Mu^c Club feel that 
arasic k>vers here want more of 
bhese fine artists. 

Beglnniiw at tmee. the memfeer- 
Mp drive for the sale of tickets 
3r the 19S5-M season is getting 
jnder way. Letters with sM»crl»- 
tiem V^aAa win be mailed to all 
former subserH)ers and jHrospec- 
tlve new members. 

Mrs Riband Thorp, of 201 78th 
Street, to in charge at the ad- 
vance ticket sale, and to now re- 
ceivliv checks for next, aeason'% 
series. No single tickets are to be 
MM. anif meo^rships for the 
wherie series of three MMtcerts, at 
$8.50, tax Inchided. 

Plaitt are being made now td 
select the finest musicians for the 
second season and these chcrtces 
will be announced as soon as ar- 
rangements and dates can be 
completed. 



JOHN Y. 

tri K K AftoPOOd. D. C. 

Divwiy, tt., 19th 
and AHanito Jimamm. 
Vtrginla Bnwh. Vlifftaite. p. «. 
4l-7-4t 



• llOAlNOnCiS 



NOVKB 

Thto to to notify the piiHte 
that on Mqr 9, 1069. the under- 
stoned tradiiw as the Princess 
Anne Hotel wiU apiriy to seU beer 
and wine for em premises con- 
sumption trcnn the Princess Anne 
n(Ael »th street and Atlantic 
Avenue. Virginto Beach. Ylrglnta. 

Scott Steilhw 

t/a nrtneess Anne Hotel 

NOnCR 

This to to notify the pdbUc that 
having purchased i^ interest in 
the partnerahip UtkRng as the 
Men's Esquire Shop at 1819 At- 
tontic Avenue, Vtavinla Beach, 
Virginia, I wfB not be responsl- 
Ue for any debts contracted by 
any one other than myself In per- 
son on and after thto date Wkiy I. 



I96S. 



m Qoi^ln Owen 

1919 Attantle AW. 

Ytov&lto BMCh. Ya. 

8-5-H 



Cmmmmmmmh af YfevMa: 
la the CIcirs Oflhe •fflke Or- 
ef OM C a ity at 
mmOmtfmmy 

ILA MoauEY. PlataitUY. 

Against 



DeCendmit. 
ijffwer Of vWDwraHm 

The dUect of thto stf t to to Cb- 
tain a divorce a vinenlo matri- 
monii from the said defendant, 
upon ttie grounds of confinement 
In a penitenttary for a Memy. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant to not a reskloit of the Slate 
of Virginto, the last known post 
(rffloc aditocas behw o. »»MO-CID 
Femtenttory Rei«bvine. Oeorgia. 
it is ordered that he do appear 

(CenttaMMd en n^t Seven) 






of Ylrglnls: 
In the derk'a Offlee ef the 
CircaH Ceart ef the Coanty ef 
Ff lneem Anne, en the Nth day 
«« Maieh. 1988. 

ROGER Louffl MARnrrrA, 

against Plaintiff, 

VIV IAN C AROL RICHARD MAR- 
lETTA. Defendant. 

(Mer ef FafeHeatlen 

The object of this suR to to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et thoro 
to be later merged Into a dhrorce 
a vinculo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion. And an affidavit 
havit« been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginto, the tost 
loiown post offtoe address being: 
Aimiiment 30, 238 Park Drive, 
Boston is, Maisachusetts, It to 
ordered that she do appear here, 
within ten (10) days after due 
publication herecrf. and do what 
may be necessary to protect her 
interest in thto suit. 




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frwi VlMt* Ml) 

wMim ten <!•> «toi»» ««ter 

dM pabMaMien tmeei. and do 
what Buqr be necnaary to protect 
Ma MMerart In this Kdt. 
A Oc«F— Teste: 
JOnV V. rUfiVMBB. CleHc. 
nr: Oendd P. ^mUams, DC 
Webnd O. ftidgcs, p. 4. 
Attorney at Lav 
Untaiia Beach. Va. 5-7-4 



af TlfjwMa, 

tl tte OlertC • Omee ef «he Clr- 
eaN Cevi «« «M Cwnty ef 

InrtaecM AMe wa 'we saa aay 

•I MliV. !•••. 

JAMBB nSnCY MENXER. 

afaint PWnttff, 



D^endant. 
OMtor af PiAfleaMMi 

The dbjeet of this mil to to ob- 
tain a divorce from the tionds of 
alatottiony from the said defend- 
taO, upon the gtounds of dner- 
Uon. And an affidavit havii« 
tea* Aade tad ffled that the de- 
|«ndaiil li nol a i«sldent of the 
State of Virginia, the last known 
yoat office address being: 19 nok 
Aventie, Apt. No. 11. H9w York. 
Heir Ydrk, It Is ordered Umt she 
do appear here within tM (10) 
days after due piMication hereof, 
and do what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this suit. 

A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 
Bx: Gerald F. Winiams, DX;. 
KdklA and Kellam, 
JtapMS U. PlCkren, o. q. ' 
Board of Trade BuUdinc 
Worfo lk. Virginia 5-5-4t 

VVfinla: 
IMM Clerk's Office «f the Cir- 

^ eoH Coart of tht Coonty of 
Princess Anne, on the 2nd day. 
may. liSS. 
Hr. P. WmTEHURST, Plaintiff. 

versus 
M.fA- STONE and PHYLUS D. 
erONE, Husbafid and Wife, 
address unknown. 

Defendants. 
Order of Paiillcatlon 
i'or Attachment 
The object of the above entitled 

£ilt. tietidlnf iH^ >ibove entitled 
MlH, la l« ttMilfc certain ftal 
property of the defendants in 
Princess Anne County. Virginia, 
said property being described in 
the petition filed in said suit, and 
to subject the same tp the pay- 
ment oi the indebtedness of said 
S. A. Stone and Phyllis D. Stone 
to the plaintiff in the sum of 
Five Thousand Four Hundred 
Dollars ($5,400.00) with interest 
thereon and plus attorney's fees, 
which said indebtedness is more 
particularly described in said pe- 
tition. 



Affidavit having been Ady fii- 
ed that the defendants are non- 
residents of thki state and their 
last mIdreM Is unknown, and it 
appcMlng ttwt service upon said 
defendants canamt be had in this 
aUite. it is ordered that they do 
aiqiear. within ten *iys after due 
pdWeatlon of this wrder. and do 
what Is necessary to protect ttielr 
intemts. 

And H is ordered that this ot- 
der be puUiidied once a week for 
four successive weeks m the Vir- 
ginia Beach Sun-News, a newspa- 
per puft>lished in Princess Anne 
County. Virginia. 

A copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FEKTRBBS, Clerk. 
Byr E. A. Atiwood. D.C. 
James A. Murphy, p. q. 5-5-4t 




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Phofie: 2559 



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WHOLi FAMILY 
•t tho only 
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OUTLET 

2018 Atlantic Ave. 
Telephone Va. Beach 718 



CoanMMWMlIk .«f Vtrglnla: In 
Oc darTa .Office of Oe CireaH 
Caart «f the Conrty «f Prineeai 
Anae. on tke ISOi 4»y of AprH, 

iiAROARifr nJzMBErra ran- 

DOHPa. Platotiff, 

again^ 

OEOROE OILBBRT RANDOLPH, 
Defendant. 
Or#er al iPi > lH ai l i > n 
The object Cft Uils suit is to ob- 
tain a divoree a vinculo matri- 
monii from tba said defendant, 
upon the grounds of cruelty and 
desrtion for a period if more than 
one year. 

And an affidavit havii« been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is not a resident ol the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
cflllce address being: N. S. 24260- 
479. COB 472 CAB, APQ 380, O-o 
Postmaster, New York, It Is or- 
dered that he do appear here 
within ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary io protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk. 
By: E H Atwood, D. C. 
WUlard J. Moody, p.q. 4-21-4t 



VlitOtNIA: 

At the regular meeting of the 
Board of Supervisors of Princess 
Anne CouH^, iti the Supervisors 
ioom of ^ Clerk's Office, on 
May 23, 1955, at 10 o'clock A. M., 
persons will be heard for or ag- 
ainst the following proposed or- 
dinance: 

AN ORDINANCE FOR THE IS- 
SUANCE AND REVOCATION dP 
PERMITS FOR CLUBS AND 
OTHER PLACES OF RECREA- 
TION OR AMUSEMENTS. PRE- 
SCRIBED LICENSE FEES 
THEREFOR REGULATING THE 
INSPECTION OF SUCH ESTAB- 
LISHMENTS, AND ENFORCE- 
MENT <OF THIS ORDINANCE. 
AND THE FIXING OF PENAL- 
TIES, 

Be IT ORDAINED by the 
County (Of Princess Anne, as fol- 
lows: 

Section 1— Definition: A club 
within the meaning and appli- 
cation of this ordinance shall in- 
clude atiy room or place operated 
by any person, corporation, or as- 
sociation, voluntary, cooperative, 
or otherwise, to which the mem- 
bership or guests of such club, or 
the public in general, may resort 
for recreation or amttsement. ex- 
cept places licensed by the Vir- 
ginia Alcoholic BeVerage Cbn- 
trol Board to sell, store, keep or 
possess alcoholic beverages. 

'Section 11 — ^Permit required: 
It shall be unlawful for any per- 
son, association, or corporation, 
or the officers, agents and em- 
ployees of any person, firm, or 
corporation, to maintain, con- 
duct or operaic any club in the 
County cf Princess Anne, without 
first obtaining a permit from the 
Planning Commission, so to do, 
by and with the approval of the 
Board of Supervisors. 

Section 1 1 1— Application for 



SUN OIL COMPANY 

No# acctpHng applications to lease New Modem, 
Sorvico Station to be erected at Seventeenth Street 
and Mediterranean Ave. information Call Madison 
2-7173. 5-7.2t 



OPPORTUNITY 



Aa espnlcaccd service station ■naagci' waatcd. Ciood 
flas coBMrnrioa oa \wIhm. li«BMcs w« kc Mi ia Krtct 
■ iMtarcsKd wifte la P. Oi. pas "P", «/• \mpm Wtmdk Sm-fitrnt. 



mwh permit: Any person, associ- 
ation, or cosporathm dwMnc 
such pemiit, shaU aMke-apidl^a- 
tloB therefor to the Planidng 
Comaals^m of PMBceaa Aane 
County, on a form to be pre- 
scrttoed by said commission, which 
application shall state the name 
d the club, the location where 
the suae shaU be maintained, 
conducted or opeiated, the roam 
and address of all perscMU Inter- 
e^d in the ownership thereof, 
if privately owned, and the names 
and addresses of all oHIcers and 
or trustees thereof, if owned by a 
non-incorporated association, the 
purpooe for which saeh cMb is 
organised, the nune and address 
of the person who wiD be in ac- 
tual charge of the operaUon 
thereof, and such other pertinent 
information aa the Plann&ae 
Commission may reqfuire. Tlie 
Commisskm win not Issue such 
permit without the concurrent 
approval of the Bmrd of Super- 
visors. All applteants shall tender 
with said applications a certified 
or cashiers cheek In the amount 
of $500.60 Dollars, payaUe to the 
order of llteasurer cf Princes* 
Anne County for said penmt, 
which said permit shall expire 
On the 31st day of DecemlKr. of 
the year of which said permit is 
issued. No part of said Ikiense 
fee shall be pro-rated or refund- 
ed for any cause. 

Section IV — Investigation: 
Grant or Refusal of permit: 
Transfer of permit: The Plan- 
ning Commission of Princess 
Anne County shall promptly in- 
vestigate the facts stated In such 
appllcation, and if it shall ap- 
pear to it that such club is or- 
ganized and will be conducted for 
a lawful puiixise, that the per- 
son who win be In actual charge 
of the operation thereof. Is of 
good moral character and a pro- 
per person to operate the same, 
that the operation of such club 
Drill not disturb or tend to dis- 
tuiib the public peace, and that 
the same will be operated at a lo- 
cation permitted by the Zoning 
Ordinance of Princess Anne 
Count:t the Commission shall 
grant snch permit, subject to the 
approval of the Board of Super- 
visors, otherwise-, it shall refuse 
the same. Any such permit shall 
not be transferable. 

Section V— permit conditioned 
upon right of entry by police: 
By accepting any such permit, the 
permitee shall be deemed to agree 
and consent, for Itself, its officers, 
employees, and members, as one 
of the conditions of its Issuance, 
that the club may be entered and 
inspected at any and all times, 
when open to its members or pa- 
trons, or public, by Police Officer, 
without the procurement of any 
special or other warrant therefor, 
for the purpose of ascertaining 
whether such cluD is being main- 
tained, conducted and operated 
in a manner permitted by the 
laws of the State and the ordi- 
nances of Princess Anne County, 
or in violation thereof. 

Section VI— Unlawful to q?tr- 
ate behind barred doors: It shall 
be unlawful for any lierson, as- 
sociation or corporation, or the 
officers, agents and omploytes or 
any person, association or c^tpor- 
Btion, in the County of Princess 
Anne, to operate any such place 
described in Paragraph 1 of this 
Ordinance, with barred or locked 
doors. 

Section VII— Suspension or 
Revocation of permit: Tlie Plan- 
ning Commission of Princess Anne 
OouDty, after due hearing, and 
upon not less than 5 (Five) days 
notice in writing to the permitee, 
such notice to be sent by regis- 
tered letter to the address given 
by the permitee on tlte applica- 
tion for such permit, which shaU 
constitute suffieient notice on the 
premises, may suspend for such 
length of time as It may deem 
proper, or revoke, any permit is- 
sued hereunder, for the following 
causes: 

a. Fraud or rator^resentatlon 
in the procurement of such per- 
mit. 

b. A final conviction after the 
issimnce of any such permit, of 
the permitee. or of the officers, 
agents, or employees of the per- 
mitee. or any member or guest of 
such club, as described in Para- 
graph 1, of a violation of any 
Federal or State statue or ordin- 
nance of the County relatimt to 



ZIRPCRS 

• REPAniKD 

• REPLACED 

Com{dele Rcpahs on 
HAND BAGS - UEAIIIIlk 
lACKBTS • tJMVMLLAS 
. LUGGAGE • GOLF BACS 



QRANES 

REPAIIl SeitVICB 
4H\MmmmA 
NOWOLK, VA. 



■MHiOtMtarr wAmmr. oen- 

eral carpentry repair voik of 
au deacriptlom. Alteration attd i 
Mfw lioflM woft. Reanaf ■!<. 
HKA ooMlniatloB tam. No 
down paynent. Phona JiafW. 

»-»-4t 

Win 

t«k« eare of ehfidren at my 
hone. 7 A. M. - 6 P. M. Cvtry 
tey except Sunday. Ratea Rea- 
scmal^. Phone 3Tnj. 9-4-9t 



nafflionOMT wmiwd: nooi- 
im kBd ffiieat Metal Wort. 
Wum Air Heating. Ree BMl- 
mate. New or li^alr wofk. 
Phone V. B. 1^7. «-S-dt 



ikSfijOfiiaart wantbd: wo- 
man wants to eare for small 
ahUd Itt wertlna mother — 
alao Mby MMiw at night. 503 
ai>4 St., Virginia BMCh. 

5-5-lt 



miNidnUMMn' llTAflTBIl: 
1fcMM« lady daHraa pooitlon 
tfitld care. Uv« in. Phone 
JillJ. S-5-lt 



• lAlY trTTERS 



BABY SfmSl — Daytime, efa- 
nlhgs. nights. Orandinother, ax- 
parleneed. Phana aiM-J. tf 



• IfOM NOtlCiS 



gambling, or the sale of alcoholic 
IwveTages, or intoxicating liquors, 
committed or permitted on the 
premises of the permitee. 

c. Any other act or conduct of 
the permitee, or the officers, 
agents, employees, or members or 
the guests of the permitee, as de- 
scribed in paragraph 1, commit- 
ted or permitted on the premises 
of the permitee, tending to ren- 
der such premlMt a common 
nuisance or a menaee to the 
peace and morals of the county. 

Section VtiD — No vested 
Rights: No permit Issued under 
the provisioai cf thk'i Ordinance 
shall be taken or cohStru^ as 
gittttlng any vested tkthtt or the 
Hermitee to the assignment, re- 
newal, relssttsnce or continuance 
of such peiinit, and such rights 
shall be and remain at all times 
vested in the Board of Supervis- 
ors of Princess Anne Coimty. 

Section IX — Penalties: ^y 
person who 'shall maintain, cotn- 
duct or Otierate any such chib 
without first having secured such 
permit, or who shall do so dur- 
ing the time any such permit is 
suspended, or after such permit 
is revoked, shall, upon convic- 
tion thereof, be fined not more 
than Three RunArtd Dollars 
($300.00), or be confined hi Jail 
not to exoecd thirty (30) dalrs, 
either or both, and each daf's 
continuance of such violation 
shall Gonstltuts a separate (tf- 

fleotlon X — Separability: If 
any part or parts, action or sub- 
section, sentence, clause or 
phrase ef this Ordlnanee is for 
any reason, declared to be uncon- 
stitutional or hivalld, such de- 
cision shall not effect the validity 
of the remaining portions of this 
Ordinance. 4-2B-2t 

John V. Fentress. Clerk 



attrae ti f o . To #<at m <»e of 
tha tmA'$ Anaet eateUim- 
mcnta^nd C»eirtde. wm« e/o 
Booi 4-C, Hfgtatia 
News. t-n-TPN 



HUP WANPKD: Pitat (Haaa T.V. 

technician. Oood pay. AtfUv 
Hirfa T. V.. London Bridge or 
Phone Virginia Beaeh 3600. 

4-31-1*11 



• tmc9aMiou$ 



name*: aA irpet emmutui 

and honaelMld refrttaratmn al- 
so Immdromata. UmIct for 
Utatmilwaae and fMgltefre. 
W. d. Jflfmeim Bcfrifwittkm, 
332 iTUi ikreet, ^giida Beach. 
Phone 1408 - (30 TJKABB AT 
ttHaotlA WUCB) 0-f-TfM 



MascmLANBOro: Saeretanai 
t^hphona aerviaa. DBpandaMe, 
tfJlcieDt, reUMe tdaphme 
senriee. 24 hoars a day aervkx. 
Phone 309-W. 3-34-TPN 



M£9C.: Win wateh children from 
8:30 A. M. to 11:30 P. M. Phone 
1380 W. 4-28-TFN 



ABSOLUTELY PBEE - Clip ttrli 
■4 aii4 prcscm it widi aoy ttw- 

gfltacilac «r iawa drawer re- 
r Jeb aad we wW «h a r | W 
EE aae pair af lel w ara or two 

las e^ EHiotM P^urr auop 

BiidaMk HimnI rnOPit llOf-W 



• WANTID TO MIY 



WANTED: Used spinit piano. 
WOl pay 1300 ca^. Phone 
M4tM. 5-«-lt 



Km aaUl: Lota RaV acre rites, 
wooded on nrdneck road. Can 
3300 after imb. 4-3»-3t 



POit SMM: 1053 Ford Tractor 
vith from end toader, dial 
wheels, extra high and lam 
speed transmisalen - 11400.00 
<M1 Oebom Cmutmction Co. 
1104 or 506. 4-3l-3t 



f^DIt BALE: Sweet potatoes 
iriants, copperakin porto rico, 
deep, rich orange flesh, vtoe 
type good flavored: 300 - $1.80! 
500 - 13.40; 100 - $3.90, .000 
tai apple basket 1 S7.S0. Roberi 
Bimmoh. Sharon, Tenn. 



WOR 8AUC: Blectrle, gas stoves 
and heating stoves. Baliy bed, 
dinette set, refrigerators, desks, 
beds and many other items, at 
low prkics. Ftione 82 J 3. 

4-7-TFW 



PQR SALE: AXC registered box- 
ers, male and female. Seven 
months old. Partially trained. 
House' broken, reasonable. 
Phone LO 6-2163, Mr. John A. 
Vaiden. 4-31-4t 



FOR SMB: Used T. V. All sizes 
* Makes $29.95 up. Hirtz TV. 
Phone 3550. 5-S-mf 



FOR SALE: Bargain: O. S. Re- 
frigerator, Bottle Oas Bstate 
stove. Oreen davenport - PhOne 
2666 J. O-S-TRf 



FOR REffT: Apartment for rent 
off Atlantic Ave. 4 roooH m- 
cluding Ughts and Water. 
Newly decorated. Screen porch. 
306 - 16th Street. 6-0-lt 



FOR RRfT: AimidMd apart- 
ment. 1 be<taoom, Uidng room. 
<nnette. Electric equipment. Ex- 
c^lent condition. De Nuan cot- 
tages 2307 HoUy Rd. Phone 
1460. 5-5-3t 



Aaros til- 

r -Ml 



FOR RBNT: Farm near Prin- 
oeee Amw Court Baoee. iO Ae- 
rm $7.00 An Acre. 60 
Ible, W Acres tmiber 
house, electricity. Do not tiSH 
unless you have large farm 
equipment. Phone 3839 or write 
Mrs. Orace Rosa Bax 1«3. Vir- 
ginia Beaeh. 4-16-3t 



POR RENT: Rooms for rent — 
Two nicely furnished rooms, 
suitable for single or couple. 
Phone 3331W - 520 Lake Drive. 

5-S-lt 



POR RENT: Six room ooa^detdy 
furnished cottpge, redecorated, 
screen porch. Two bloicks from 
Ocean. Suitable for two cou- 
ples. Apply 303 - 24th Street. 

4-31-3t 



POR RBNT: 
two romn effkieney 
meladlna ad vtffitim. 
aHe nfflt. 

wekeaae. Phone mi _^ ^ 
apwtme nta. Hft 34lh 9lft ^^ 

8-6-Tfll 




POR RENT: SdbuitMtt 
for rent. Fumldied. 
rates. Itast be qnlet 
No 60V or cats. Phone 
after pM 

POR 



FOR 

Day - We4k - l&mth 
31" Phone 3350 



FORRXNT: iwo bedroom 
atow, unfnmlalied year^ 
907 Hl^ Point Avenue. 
1055-R. 



FOR REMT: One or 
rooms furnished 
Apply FSiMai 
oean PHmA im ith 
Adc for Mrs. Maure. 




Wiirr TO BUY: fiottsehold fur- 
niture and fumlshinos. Tels- 
phone Vh-ginia Beach 2057. 

4-S-Tnf 



lAKiO iNAMiL 

AUTO 
rAlMTINO 

34 Hour Service 
Om VIM eWARANTII : 



MOTOR CO. 

OeMDi, Vt. Phono 13l|' 



WANTED TO BUY: CLEAN COT- 
TON RAGS. Prefer no buttons or 
buckles. Virginia Beach Sun-News, 
3108 Pacific Avenue, across from 
the Bank of Vittloia Besch. 



FOR SALE: 34-lneh power laam 
mower and roller both $50.00 
Bed room suite - like new 
160.00. Bed pfllo^rs each 60c. 
Phone Virginia Beach 1309 W 
or 3805 R. 5-5-3t 



WANTED TO BUt: HsU $2,0Qb 
in second mortgage at 6 pef- 
cent Interest. Would like to use 
In purchase of 3 bedroom cot- 
tage at North End Ocean side. 
If interested irrlte Mrs. L. B. 
Beasley Munden, Va. 4-28-3t 



WANTED TO BUY: 4 bedroom 
house between 30th & 46th B%. 
CUent wants to pay between 

. $3500 and $5000 down payment 
or wiU exchange for Richmond 
investment property. Also in- 
terested in puFchsslnf V^. 
Beach Investifient ntcpet^ 
• such as a Hotel or Motel or 
Business. Phone M. Ryan it Cb. 
Real Estate. Richmond 65013. 

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FOR SALE: Westlnghouse elec- 
tric Kitchen Range nearly new. 
Less than half price. Phone 
V. B. 1406. S-5-lt 



FOR RENT: One bedroom apart- 
ment Heating stove, tieetrk 
cook stove, Elactric refrigera- 
tor, electric hot water heater 
and water funtiahed. At ton- 
don Bridge near NS RR. Phone 
14. Vlrgmia Beach. l-17-'lf1l 

FOR BENT: Beven room down- 
stah-s fumlahed afsvtmanl, 111 
14^ Street. (Iirtilml ^lat Of- 
fice.) Convenient - one Mock 
from eoean. Rent by wesk, 
month or summer. Phone 
16n-W. 3-34-TFN 




FOR iMUl: Run-about 13.' - com- 
plete tmrdware. Mshogshf desk 
it 'Tttta. Perfect condition. 
Light and fast. $160. Phone 
1121 M. 404 Sittiwake Ct. Rinl- 
necji Point. 5-5-lt 



FOR SALE Bargain: Electric Re- 
frigerator $75.00. Baby Crib - 
$10.00. Phone 1208 M. S-S-2t 



fOR ^dM; OarriSge for sale - 
Like New. $30.00 • Apply 1412 
Cypreis. 6-5-1^ 



FOR SALE: SphUt piano $135.00 
OsU Virginia deach 896 M. 

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FdR SAUI: \3 standard sis* 
screens priced $1.50 each. 215 
85th Street. Phone 2448J. 

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Va. Beach. 

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row'8 fkme." lIHa ii |he thene 
of ttie lOth l^tlomO Iwrae Dp- i 
Aonstmtion Week Hrhtcli te being 
jeMbnited liKjr 1 to 7 by over 5 ' 

;t!nion wcmeik In the 41 stakes. 
Alaska. MKwaU, and Puerto Rleo 

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'a vlafta. Tfee Aew #ffie^i are. fratts eaw. Bin. Anaeay M. - nonMa* pMaMeni* aVea. C o. 
, fhM Tiee> preaMeM; Mra. Oay Katort i*n, eo f wa p oafflm ■eefetary. Ba^ raw. Mra. O. K. 
flMt vlce«pffeiMeiil ; Mia. Wavcrli' OlckeiH. aeeatMl vtee^pnaMi ■! ; Mm. waaglai WHaaB. teea* 
aarf lira. Jaawa NeMHnger. rerariliw aecfetary. iBofec rhato) 



jWoffidn's Club Names Department 
Head$ and Chaimien for Club Year 



i 

1 

I A called meetincr 6f the Board 
^f Oovernors at the Woman's 
ClUb oS Ihrincesfl Anne County was 
^eld laat Tlnnraday at the home 
M Mrs. E. B. Penaold. at whieh 



time Mrs. Airi>rey Holmes, chib 
president, announced the anwint* 
ment of department and standing 
oommittee chairmen. 
Prior to the iKwrd meeting, 



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Mrs. Penaold and Mrs. JamM 
NeUUlnger entertained in honor 
of the newly installed officers at 
a coffee hour. 

Mrs. Holmes named the fol- 
lowing chairmen: 

Mrs. Orayson Willis, Program; 
Mrs. Waverly Dickens, Ways and 
Means; Mrs. E. B. Penxold, Mem- 
bership; Mrs. ftank Kellam, Am- 
erican Home; Mrs D. Y. Malbon, 
nne Arts and Music; Mrs. John 
neming, Poetry, Drama and li- 
terature: Mrs. R. B. tynes. Legi»- 
lation; Mrs. C. M. Tomko, Educa- 
tion; Mrs. John Khul, Welfare; 
Mrs. Ira Hancock, Health and 
Mental Health; Mrs. Oilmore Til- 
\ao6k, Ctarden; Mrs. |l. B. Daven- 
port, International Affairs; Mrs. 
E. B. Durham. Youth Coaaerva- 
tlon: Mrs. Dewey Wed^, Safety. 

Mrs. Earl DuVal, Club Insti- 
tute; Mrs. Lyle HiU, Civfl De- 
fense; Mrs. Pat Kelley, Veterans 
Affairs; Mrs. Harry Bumham. 
Contact Chariman; Mrs. R. H. 
Owen and Mrs. Sidney Kellam, 
Hospitality; Mrs. George C. Man- 
son, Parliamentarian; Mrs. A. J. 
Ketsules, Historian; Mrs. Roy 
Dudley, Chaplain; Mrs. Purman 
Dey, Pianist; Mrs. Prank Klejiper, 
bulletin; Mrs. Pred RObinson, 
Press Book; Mrs. Joseph Cavelll, 
YMr Book. 

Mrs. Ira McCloud, Mrs. H. W. 
Odin and Mrs. Uoyd Jard, Tick- 
ets; Mrs. Alfred Craft, Sr., Cour- 
tesy; Mrs. R. BradshafW Pulley, 
Magsflno: Mrs. ft. M. Macon. 



To begin the eelelntrtkm in 
'rincess Anne County, 71 women 
attended the Dtoteiet I Pedera- 

n meH.ng in KankUn on April 

' at the Civil Vaughan itimory. 

Princess Anne had the third terg- 

it delegation pr^ent. IiKludcd 

Q District I are six other coun- 

s m addition to Prlneesa Anne. 
.liese are IKnfolk, Manaemond, 
late of Wight. Sussex, Surry and 
Southampton. 

Principal speaker at the meet- 
ing was Dr. Murray Kantor of 
Suffolk, who gave an ii^ili-ing 
talk on "Home and Love." 

The "Pennies tost Frlenc^ip" 
gift to the AMoelated Country 
Women of the World, the Inter- 
national Pederation, was 1211.75. 
Virginia is third in the nation 
In amount contributed and first 
in the South. 



The National Orange, oldest 
farm fraternity in th: world, wlli 
^Kinscr it^ second European Tour 
in September. In response to po- 
pular demand because of the un- 
qualified .-iuccess of its first tour 
laat Octctier. 

"It was a gfand trip pnd I en- 
Joyed meet'.ng Grangers from oth- 
p ts of the country." writes 
Eizaibeth D. Cjnn r, of Dehiwar^i. 

A Rhode blanci man, who took 
one of his daughters on the tour 
last year, already is plannhig to 
take a second daughter this year. 

The 1955 tour will Itart from 
New York aboard the 8.8. Amer- 
ica on September i>.'and will in- 
clude visits to six European coun- 
tries. England, Holland. Belgium, 
Germany, Switzerland and Prance 



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Mfs. S. E. nrith 

Mrs. Stanley E. ^ith was elect- 
ed president of the Eastern Park 
-,,...«,„ f;'„l, succe-'dlng Vtn. 
James J. Piveccat. at a meeting 
of th? club held last Thursday 
night at the home of Mrs. Shelton 
Belanga. Mrs. Pivecoat was elect- 
ed club historian. 

"♦h " -'*> rs »lrc^ d were Mra. 
Raymond E. Lett, vice president: 

-rn'urn'ng t New York October 
7. Por those who have the time, 
the tour may bs extended from 
Switzerland on Catcher 2, to in- 
clude Italy, with visits to Milan 
Venice. Florence. Rome, Naples, 
Genoa. Isle of Capri. Monte Car- 
lo, Pompeii. Nice, and back to Pa- 
ris, to arrive in New York on the 
S.S. United States October Vb. 
Optional side trii» to places of 
agricultural interest will be an- 
nounced later. 



Mrs. 8v P. 8teoi9«, secretary, and 
lifts, ^oaeph J. Orr, treararer. 

Slides of Mrds w^ shown and 
ytn. ihveeaat judgvil tlM exhtlMs. 
ttk^xsns were awarded to Mrs. 
Stoiith. Mrs. Utt and Mrs. Be- 
langa. 



President of fihc PMneeM Anm 
L : :k League baseball. Irviiw Ro- 
s.irt) rg. and a few of the apiHl- 

nt; fr play'ng pcsltloiM. were 
guests en the pete QjcAvt apoit 
-<- gram n WT/R-TV th'a past 

jnilay Mr Rns i:4> rg •Jtor -saed 
his hope f<Mr a succeaiful and a^e 
season and dlaplay«d i^raCaettve 
equii^ent. such as the" helmet. 
catching equipment, bats and 
balls. 

At a meeting he'.d Thursday. 
April M. the date for chooirinff 
players, the "player auction." was 
set for the week of May 7 -14. 

On Priday n!ght. May ao. at 
the Oceana School auditorium, a 



fita abeM 0ie UtOe LMgut 
WMA a«PMk w» bt sbown. Pv* 
«^ «id au amtf ucerMfctf m 
^(vM i^agutf atfttvlttfla are in- 
vited to thki ^MWtaig, 



Cute Scout's Oto«ua wUl be the 
Vbmm fet ChB Beonta of Oila mti 
€^mt4 OM ttontn ti Miy. . 

AC th« tmom hekl fMdap 
nt^t at Thidtai. aevtn Ciri» SeooM 
wMW awom In. They are Danny 
Oofftoi. BUly DuMri^. Wa^M 
nekaim. nrntuf W«, Or-rtld 
Bi^iw. J. P. W.tm md "ttilcft" 
Braatly. 

Ilie tDeme for the aMOQi of 
Ain^.j waa loiwtt fluuasj vauvu. on 
which d^ays w«re MMMtn. 1^ 
Cubs sang sci^s, a m" - 
shewn and etwees and gtm wttt 
enjoyed. 



KatlMrlae Sir. 8^ > '' 
ter or Mr. and M^. 8. P. 
waa reeeiiC^ Mimitted to DsPtoul 
Hospital for a minor operation. 

She is reported doing nicely. 

• • • 

Mr. and Mra. BoniMtt Ore«M 
and ohUdren apenf (ha weekend 
at Micro, R. C. They attended a 
fMBUy remnon, which waa heTd 
at the VPW Hut m Sndthfteld, 
H. C. 



The members of the Junior 
Virginia Beach Garden dUb, are 
meeting Tuesday May 10th for 
a recreational picnic in the Aza- 
lia Gardens. This is thd last meet- 
ing of the season. 



and Mrs. George Powell, Cancer 
Dressings; Mrs. Harry ttlllngs. 
Iterating, and Mrs. Harry Ames. 
Publicity. 

The regidar monthly meeting 
will be held Tuesday, May IQ, at 
12:30 o'clock at the Pine Tree Inn. 

Mrs. DuVal outlined the pro- 
gram as follows: The guest speak- 
er will be Bilrs. John Harvey, pres- 
ident of the Tidewater Associa- 
tion for Retarded Children; the 
Teen-Tones of Virginia Beach 
High School win render several 
selections under the direction of 
J. William Miller, music director 
of the school. 

Mrs. H. W. Ozlln of Lynnhaven 
and Mrs. John Fleming of Vir- 
ginia Beach will furnish flowers 
for dMorating. 

At the close of the board meet- 
ing Mrs. Grayson Willis, first vice 
president, extended an invitation 
to the tioard to meet at her home 
on Avenue E. Virginia Beach, in 
August. 



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AGAR AVf' 

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BEANS .... 4 16-oz. cant 45c QRAPintUIT 3 B^t. cant 26c 

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nauisco — DEVIL pocm sxmks Ktxtat 

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SOOETy DOINGS 



PRINCESS ANNE COUNTY 



Of JbHhooT Kdurtcmt Solnrdor 



The iMrrlage of Afiss Mary Al- 
(•xander. <tauehter of tftr. and 
Mrs. OKorge Alenander. of Vir- 
ginia Beach, to Anthony If. Kmi- 
atant. son of Mr. and Mrs. Iflck 
KoMtant, of Baltimore, took place 
teturday af temotm at five o'clock 

. at thd Ghf«k Orthodox Churth. 

I The ceremony was performed by 
the Rev. H. BhdJilamibrou. th? 
Church was dworated with paln», 
aiste vases of whiu g1<«iloll and 
lighted eandln. Mi«s iVlkkl ror- 
ehas, of Norfolk .played the wed- 
ding music. 

The bride, given in marriage by 
her father, wore a wedding gown 
cf satin and lace styled with Um- 
pire lace bodice, trimmed in se- 
quins, long sleeves and a bouffant 
skirt. Her finger-tip veil of im- 
ported illusion was arranged from 
a seed pearl tiara and she carried 
a cascade teniquet of Royal Bou- 
tpxet orchids and st^hanotis. 

Miss Catherine Alexander, sis- 
ter Of the bride, was maid of 
^ honor. She wore a ballarma length 
gown of Mush pink Val lace aftd 
tulle, styled with lace bodice with 
Mandarin collar and bouffant 
skirt of tulle. She wore a match- 
ing Juliet cap of net and taffeta 
and carried a cascade bouqutt of 
pink rcses and ivy leaves. 

Miss Joan Konstant, ql Bel Air. 

Maryland, cousin of the brlde- 

, grocm, was bridesmaid. She wore 

a ballerina length gown of light 



Uue Val lace and tulle with a 
BMitchlnsr headpiece like that of 
the- honor attendant; She carried 
a cascade bowmet of pale pink 
roses and ivy leaves. 

Mlssf Paula Ann Spero. of •ri- 
timore, niece of the brldegroooi. 
was flower girl. ffl« wore a wWte 
organdy dress with a piidE rash. | 

Louis Panos was best OMn and 
the grcomsmtn were Angle Alex- 
and2r of Virginia Beach, brother 
cf thj teride; James Paris, of Bal- 
t jfttore, cousin of the bridegroom. 
and Stanley PieWman, aho of 
Baltimore. 

After the ceremony a reception 
wa. held at the ftr WaKer Hotel, 
Virgin a Beach. Later Mr. and 
Mrs. Kimstant left for a wedding 
trip. They will reslite in Baltimore, 
The bride chose fw traveling a 
navy Kue and white checked suit 
with white coat and hat and navy 
accessories. She wore a white or- 
chid corsage. 



ENTERI.AINING . 
AT LUNCHEON 

Mrs. WiUu^m H. Darden of Po- 
cahontas Drive, is entertatoing to- 
day at a luncheon at 12:30 at 
the Prirc.3s Anne Country Club. 

Mrs. Darden's gueats will num- 
bJr sixty-five. 



! Th; American Cancer Society 
allocated |5,5«0,0C0 for cancer re- 

i -earch last year. 





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ur and Mra. John Havtns Bonner cf inaabeth City announca 
the engagem It of their daughter. Miss Margaret Mwre Bonn?r. 
to Clarence James Amith, Jr., son of M.i. tfmith. of Dunn. N. c., 
and Virginia Beach, and the late Clarence Jamss Smith. A 
fall bedding is planned. 



Miss Margaret Moore Bonner 
Engaged To Wed Clarence Smith 



Entertam At 
Buffet Sapper 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Travis Sykes 
ent«rlaln:d la.st Saturday evening 
at a bu!fet suw)er at the Sea 
I Ranch. Kitty Hawk, N. C. 
I Invited gu..3ts include Mr. and 
I Mrs. John S. Alfriend. Mr. and 
Mrs. R. K. T. Larson of Norfolk. 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lambe. Mr. 
and Mrs. Jamss Witter*. Mr, and 
Mrs. Landcn H.lliard. Jr.. Mr. and 
I Mrs. Walter C. Maher. Mr. and 
I Mrs. Frank Dasch and Mr. and 
I Mrs. P. S. Roy.^tar of Virginia 
I -Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Lewi.s L.iru9. 
! Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dudley. Mr. 
and Mrs. ,S. MsrriU Bmisv cf 
j Richmond; Mr. and Mr.s. Fred L. 
I Hart, of Suffolk; Mr. and Mrs. W. 
H. L>:3Ccl»ib. of Leei'yur!?; Mr. 
and Mrs. O. Edward Altemis. of 
Marshall; Mr. and Mrs. Victor 
duPont and Mr. and Mrs. 
Jam:s N. Wlk>, cf Middlesburg; 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Grinnel. 
! of Cnarlctte-ville; Mr. and Mrs. 
Fred Bahnscn and Mr. and Mr.<. 
J. HarrLscn Lassitsr, of Winston- 
Salem. N. C: Mr. and Mrs. Penn 
Marshall, cf Raleigh. N. C: Mr. 
and Mrs. B. B. Dawson, of Eliza- 
beth City, N. C. and Mr. and Mrs. 
Maicslla M. duPont and Mr. and 
Mrs. Vyniiain P. McDowell, of 
••Wa.shln^ton, D. C. 



DRESSES 
For darling daughters 2 to 16 
are no ''Problem'' at Rose Hall 

)a<ightefs a little on "the chubby side, oti the "spare, growing tall" 
nde, at the "growing up" stage . . . none oi these are hard to .fit A. . 
tcse.Maiifor *e've such a wonderful selection of summer sua <)res.ses, 

unday Best, and party dresses for 2 to 6's at $2.9.1 up, for 7 to 14*$ 

t $5.93 up, for pre teens 7 io 15's at ,8.95 up and yoUtif teelis 8 to 

6's, $5.95 Up 

6 mJlcs west of Virginia ftcach on Va Beach IJIvJ. 



Dr. and Mrs. John Havens Bon- 
ner, of Elizabeth Cltir. N. C, an- 
noar.?e the engagement of their 
daughter. Miss Margaret Moore 
Bonnar, to Clarence James Smith, 
Jr., son of Mrs. Clarence James 
Smith, of Virginia Beach and 
Dunn. N. C, and the late Mr. 
Smith. 

Miss Banner . was graduated 
from Salem College, Winston-Sa- 
lem, N. C. She was presented to 



I North Carolina society at the 
I Terpsichorian Ba.l in R.ileigh in 
Sii>tember, 1949, and at present 
Is t iChing at Virginia Beach. 

li<r. Smith received his bachelor 
of f3lence degree from the Uni- 
vers tv of North Carolina, and is 
a meir'jer of the Zeta Psi social 
fraternity. He \? now a hotel op- 
erator at tha E-ach. 

An autumn wedding is planned. 



Birth 
Annoutocementa 

Mr. and MrJ. Elmer W. Lilrh- 
fifld cf Lcndnn Bririw announce 
! the birth of their first child, a 
' son. W.lliam Clyde, en Friday, 
h ^rll 15. at DePaul Ho-oital. Mrs. 
Li'.cn.'leld is the former Miss Mar- 
garet Duke Smith, daughter of 
Mrs. Virginia W. emitii, 

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey M. H3Ck- 
man cf Carolina Avenue. Virginia 
Beach, announce the birth of a | 
second sen. Jeffrey Lee; en Tues- 
day. April 26. at the D:PauI Hos- 
pital. 



Personal A^iHion 

Mr. and Mrs. *)hn W4 Crom- 
well of Bay Spring Parra, are 
spending two weeks at D?l Ray 
Beach. Fla. 

Mr. and Mrs. Mahons T. Tar- 
rall. Jr.. and sons. Mahone. in, 
and Richard, who have been re- 
siding on 53rd Street and Holloy 
R->ad. mcvtd la.st week l.o their 
n:wly completed heme in Link- 
horn Park. 

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Dr. and Mrs! Prank Costenbader 
of Wa.-ihington spent the weekend 
at lh?ir cottage on 85: h S'.rert. 

Albert L. Grim;s. Jr.. will re- 
turn this weekend frrm Del Ray 
B:ach. wh3re lie has bern .«pcnd- 

.n-; scveial months. 

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Mrs. William Folkfs is .s.oond- 

ing ten days at Sprin? Lake. N. 

C.. with her ■ r\ ani dau-rht .- 

n-lr^w, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton 

Fy.:«'s. 

• « * 

Mrs. Arthur G i-bons of Day- 
ton. C»jio, ha.« arrived tc visit her 
son- n-law and daughter. Mr. and 
Mrs. Charles D. D^an. at their 
heme in Alanton. 

% * * 

Mrs. Rjlph O. D.ivis has return- 
ed to her home in Birdneck Point 
irter a tour cf gardens near 
CharlcttcsvillP. She wa^ sccom- 
pani,.d by Mrs. Tham.is Arr.'.w- 
s.Tiilh of Norfolk. 



Mr. and Mrs. J. »irk.^ Withers, 
' Jr . wlK> hnvp bpen rf.ildin'; with 
I Mr. Wlther.s' parents. Mr. and 
I Mrs. J. B. Withers, on D3ff*aoil 
Ehive, have rerently mov».a to 
their n: w home on 5»'.h Street 
' and Atlantic Avenue. 
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Mlsa Marian Wlmlow Dudley, 
a student at St. Mary'.-* Junior 
Colkge, Rale'.gh. H. C. spent last 
weekend with h.r grandparents, 
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. W»nslow, at 
their hems in Birdneck Point. 
Sine was Rcccmpanled by her 
roommate, Mks Lane W.Lsh. of 
Monroe. N. C. 

V • • 

^r. and Mrs. WiUiam A. Tho- 
mas and two chlWfen. B.tsy and 
William, Jr., who have been 
spsnd ng several months en 22nd 
Street, have moved to th:ir new 
neme iir MoadoWbrook Farms. 

I 

Mrs. Robert P. KiMe; and three 
children, of .\rlin3ton Hall, and 
> Mr-t. A. 1. Kbier, of Staunton, 
mother of Captain Kibler, re- 
turned hem. yesterday after 
spending a week with Mrs. Kib- 
I i.-rs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wade 
I Kornegay, at th^ir home on At- 

i lantic Avenue and 5,3rd Street. 

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Mr.' and Mrs. Francis H. Myers 
and two children of Petersburg, 
.spent last w;?kend at the Arnold 
Cottage on 77th Street. 



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Mrs, Ei^win Bruse. Mw. 
I.., Bru«>' ani > Mn*? W*. 
M..S' f;; tn in Bt.t.*iii. aU ol 
mir.i N. Y, rslurncd ykonaxf m 
tluir l;„m.. aft r a w^k'.i vi4ll 
with Mr. and Mrs. WilMM ^tatm 
at tneir h..me in Bay Colony. , 

Mr. and Mrs. Will am Boykil 
and two clii.drca, who hav* tie* 
re».ding in lay colony, have u4- 
. en a hcu .' en .^venua \. ' 

1-9 - 

P T. Withers. Jr.,^ Charlottyt 
M. C. w.U .spend th.^ weekend 
wi.h his brother-in-law and s'f» 
te.. Major and Mrs. Re >rt 9. 
.«?.-inh3lrdt. at th.r home en »3#l 
C.reet. I 



Miss Kitty Terrell, a student m 
M^ry W -iiirv'tcn Coilege. anil 
daujhter o" Ms. Leslie T. Terr^ 
,1 Vi. -i n .i B?ach, spent l3« 
*cck.nd attr.id.n?? the sprli^g 
J.mccs at II ...itkn-Sydnry CjI- 

k4C. 

M.S. Sidnev S. Kcl'.am left la^ 
Sunday for Washington. D. O.. 

where sh^ will visit f.;r the r|- 
, maindtr Cf the w.ek. « 

<l;nevieve Sl'.afer returned Id 

her heme in London Bridgs iSf 

, plane after a three month viaft 

with rslativ.s and friends ii 

South.. n California and Chici 



Mrs. Walker M-T-tin has return- 
ed to her home in Cavalier Shores 
after spending the winter months 

at Coral Ga'-'-'s. Pin. 

* 4 « 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Bea- ' 
man cf Birdneck Point are visit- 
ing their son and daughter-in- 
law. Cpl. and Mrs. Donald B. 
B|aman. in T€m^k, Texas. Cor- ' 
p6ral Beaman is a radar specialist 
with the 68th Armored Division, 
stationed at Fort Worth. Texas.' | 




A lip Io husbands, sons 
and daii|hlers for 
"Mother's Day" Giving 

a gift from Florence Wilson ji 
Carries more distinction 

and there's no finer scent-imjnial expression ih.m 
He.iri Berd.'I's stip^rS ficaling soaps, perfumes or 
colrgncs. . . . heuitiful summ.'r h.igs in i.:wclcJ 
wh U kid or s ';i\v. h.mJsomi.* sii.Timjr j."w.lry or 
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mother, wife, grandmother, great grandmother, god- 
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High, Medium or Low Heels. . . . Large Variety of 
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8UII-n|W8 VOOD CDTfCM 

P^ tht very Mtwt to food Mwtt UMI foMts 
. . . f «■ iHvUMl, do«m-to-Mrtt MC^M UM* 
irteMe both mttote md |McaMM»k. t«w Mi 
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Monday thnni^ Priday, at 12 o'cloek. mi 
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me ively Ihwwa ©f frankfarters. 

MiwarMii Bake l« aakc a ba4ge(-balaiKii« mia 

laate-ayyeal. 



Boston Macaroni Bake makes 
it« detnit as a new version of the 
aU-time favorite, macaroni and 
cheese. Frankfurters and zesty 
seasonings give Boston Macaroni 
Bake a heartiness that is both 
satisfying and delicious. 

Tt-nder, mild-flavored macarl- 
ni Is. the logical choice to carry 
the fun-4Dodled flavor of frank- 
foiters, onion and mustard. Com- 
MUfd in a creamy cheese sauce, 
these modestly-priced foods take 
on royal airs. Chock-full of good 
taete, Boston Macaroni Bake will 
win an>roval/bETved at either din- 
ner or luncheon. 

I'leature Boston Macaroni Bal^e 
a!s the main dish on a springtime 



dinner menu soon. Serve freah 
tomato slices on crisp lettuM 
leaves. Crusty, hard rolls with 
butter or margarine add pte«faing 
texture contrast. A strafyiberry 
parfait for dessert gives ^le ap- 
propriate eprli^time touch to a 
truly tasty meal. 

Just one of the wonderful as- 
sets of macaroni products |a their 
"freezaibllity." Make Boston Ma- 
caroni Bake and freese thf,cas^ 
serole for the busy days , ahead. 
Then, on short notice, ][;im. can 
pop the casserole into a mpgerate 
oven (3&9 degrees) until thawed 
and ready to serve. 

When a food combines low cost 
With high nutritive value, it ought 



to 1i3B4 m promM^A place on ev- 
ery honemaker's market list. Ma- 
mnmi. spaghettt and noodles are 
sneh foods, so be sure to keep a 
supi^ of each on your kitehen 
sbeivtj. 

■QWMnf Xf ACAlKHfl BAKE 

(Makes Four Servings) 

4 02. elbcw macarani 

3 tafbleipoons fat or drippings 

1-2 pound sliced frankfurters — 

fllbout four 
1-4 cop chopped onion 
Ztablespoons minced parsley 
3 taiblsspoons enriched flour 
3-4 teavoon salt 
1-4 teaspoon paprika 
t 3-4 cups milk 
1 cup shredded American cheeoc— 

one-fourth pound 
1-2 teaspoon prepare* mustard 
Buttered bread crumbs " 

Cook macaroni in boiling salt- 
ed water tmtil tender (about 8 
minutes). Drain and rinse. While 
macaroni Is cooking, melt fat or 
drippings in heavy skillet. Add 
frankfurters, onion and parsley 
and brown slightly. Stir in flour, 
salt and paprika. Add milk and 
cook until thicened, stirring con- 
stantly. Add Cheese and mustard 
and mix until well blended. Fold 
in the macaroni. Pour into 11-2 
quart casserole and sprinkle with 
buttered bread crumbs. Bake in 
moderate oven (350 (legreesj for 
about 30 minutes. 

And why not "devil" some eggs? 
They make a pretty-as-a-picture 
garnish for macaroni casseroles. 

Bye, now ... 



Mrs. Moores' Bakery 

400 - aoth StrMt 

FOOD CARNIVAL BLDG. 

For fine Baking 

7 Nitriat - CaltM - CdoltlM 
Caktt for All Occationi 

Phone 2004 



The Skyline Drive, a unique 
mountain top highway in the 
Sheiandoah National Park In Vir- 
ginia consists of 107 miles oflivbil 
engineered highway. 





This portrait of Sir Winsfon drarchtll, aia4e eMin^ 
wool carpet, has been presented to the Prime Minister b) 
carpet-makers. It was hand-woven by 3. C. S. Varacy «ff 
in honor of Sir Winston's SMIi birthday. By aaint high qMihy 
worsted carpet yams in a wide range of colors, Mr. Varney was aUa 
to create the umI portrait wlthent rcaarting to dyefatf w thrihif. 



Doctor Advises: 
Walk on Wood 



Save your feet; walk on wood. 

That's the advice of Dr. Wil- 
liam J. Stickel. on? of the na- 
tion's leading chircpodists, who 
praises wood floors as a walking 
surface because of their resilien- 
cy. The extra bounce in wood, Dr. 
fitickel reports, helps to cushion 
the shack transmitted to the dcel- 
etal system when walking. He 
explains that walking on wood 
helps tone up the nerves and mus- 
cles of the feet, and points out 
that many of our physical dis- 
orders begin with our feet. Our 
feet act as shock atisorbers for 
the rest of our body. 

Dr. stickel offers this advice on 



how to walk: Your toes should 
point straight ahead, but It's an 
rigtrt to walk slight^ v^eon- 
toed if that feels more natural. 



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In Richmond, an out-of-state 
pedestrian was accosted by a wo- 
man in a type of khaki uniform 
(Rtehmond police wear khaki) 
and "fined" for jaywalking. Po- 
lice officers, of course, cannot 
convict nor collect fines. The 
imposter was not located. 



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otterbead plearanoe, 18 leM. 

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flrtuno c^iWMCN cwMUM 

How tiMt (Mir aaalea saason is 
altmem ovtr, tbert is a Jell that 
dwvM bt 0dm. K is often ae- 
fksetcd ky tardeMrs. but uateas 
win bsnam «iit« a Mt. Wttb a 
fMr of haOrs e^nwrs, trim eff 
«Bdi «f the bfaBclMs. This does 
tteoe tbtafs: fiistv it renioves tlK 
dsad floirsrs ani tlM unattractive 
CiifX Mid IniBature seed pod: 
asMlMl, It prevents the formaUon 
cf settb, and third, the plant de- 
vekipa a atore compact and at- 
tractive ^pt ct growth because 
of the pHming. 

PtevenUi^ fomiatton of cMds 
is protHkbly ths most in^rartant 
reason to trim aaaleas. Much of 
the strength cf the plant is util- 



SATE ON SHOBt IAN OTHS 

You can save money when mak- 
ing ordinary reipairs around the 
home by watching for bargains 
in short kngths of lum^ber at your 
retail lumber yard. Short lengths 
of boards and dimension pieces 
can usually be bought at a saving. 



iaed to form the seeds, so by re- 
ducli^ the ntoMber of Unmature 
seed pods ttmn«h trimming, the 
azaleas will grow more vigorous- 
ly. IDe better wholesale azalea 
nurseries trim their pbmts when 
thef flower bucb are Jiut forming 
*% that the plant does hot Moom 
at all. This prevents some of the 
strength of the plant to be used 
for flowering and the conse(|uent 
seeds. Of course, when th» whole- 
salt nurseryman decides to self a 
portion of his azaleas in the 
spring, he leaves the buds on so 
they will bloom and help sell the 
plant. 

Other Plaats 

Other plants in the Virginia 
Beach area that might need at- 
tention at this time of the year 
are Euonymus and Gardenias. 
Check the stems of Euonymus for 
Euonymus scale. It is an insect 
with a scale covering over Its 
body aibout 1-16 inch long and is 
pale gi^y. Another insect pest 
that is just beginning to be ac- 
tive again is the Gardenia white 



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waA $&rv*9fis enough, is a white 
flp. tt iMlchta fnm egWB m» the 
^Ml^s^ of Omi^m» k»»is aiMl 
the smim em shsQb inaate on 
the leaveis tor some time after- 
wards, so that even if thes imwet 
eanaot ba f^en, ir aBMll, tnuslu- 
ecntt circular deposlta hm Men on 
ttie }mm». it cm be aaramcd th»t 
• white fly is peertaf at you firora 
behind a stem. 

The Cwmynus scale soeks ptanC^ 
sai» f ron braadMi ami tt« Chir- 

denia white fly partM^ drains 
the iMiws ef th^E food and wa- 
ter. Both emsm ttieir hoals to , 
look wmk and utMMraettvt if the 
infestation is severe. Omtlenla 
white fly is responsSUe for the 
black soot that cf ten is found on 
Ctordenia leaves. When the in-' 
fccts are feeding, the iriant pro- 
dtices the soot de$x)^t to nftel 
tte insects. However, nature's eon- 
tr(d in thto case is not effective. 
The better way is to spray with 
insecticides rc-cmnmended for the 
purpose. Both the Gardenia and 
Euonymoa should be sin-ayed 3 
or 4 times a year during the warm 
months to keep the pests under 
control. , 



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proMem ifor expert ^ortleal- 

torMs? If so, wrHc 0«4*« 

OvMe, care thb paper, and 

year answer wiB be ipromptly 

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Hotittt f rashly pairttecl, aHiclntulafad, scrMint md? 
How about tha yard? Nawianctb«x, picnic |||U, 
barbacue . , . all tencad in for privacy? 
If not, coma to KfUAM A EATON, right hara in 
Princess Anna. We'll help you get your lioma ana 
yard reedy for a really cfmfortabia tummar. Oriva in 
tomorrow for show-howl 

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the washbasket. As it revolves, dothea are flki^ied, lifted, 
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SECTION TWO 



VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 



NEWS, THURSDAY MAY 5, 1955 



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YOVR 
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By MCK COCKRIU 

Cmatj ^ffeirftaral il|Mt 



Veietofete 

Thert-'i a season for everythiw 
— but it's always the seascm to 
either buy or sell vegettWes. And 
here's the way iiricea will be lor 
MEay. as tt kxAs to Dr. J. Lt iCax- 
ton of the VPT argicultural eco- 
mmiics itepartment. 

pyramid crates of asparaarus may 
bring $3 to $4, depending on the 
quality. Local supfriles will drop. 

Heavy supplies of beets may 
brii« price drops to $1.25 to 91 .SO 
in bushel or dozen bunches. 

The freeae delayed cidbfiBge 
shipments from the south. Sup- 
plies may be heavy to overlapping 
after May 20, with price drops. 
Count en $1.75 to $2.00 for U.S. 
No. 1 grade in 50-'pound sacks. 

Storage stocks of late potatoes 
are moving out rapidly as a re- 
sult of freeze in the south. Prices 
win range from $4.00 to $4.50 for 
100-pound sack&. 

New potatoes are expected to 
be in go6d stq>p]y by late May at 



$4.00 per 100-pound sadcs of No. 
1 grade. 

Beavy supiMes of an4> beans 
after Bfey 20 will pralwMy \teim 
IHrice deelinea to $1.'7S to ^.35 
per bu^d. 

Oood qiMlity sweet potatoes are 
dMMTt In demand. Expect to pay 
or sell for around $5.00 per buiAi- 
el. 

a tni wtt er r y juices dUNild drop 
to toad for crates of 24 quarts of 
U. a Ho. 1 by the end of the 
^aonth as the quality of the crop 
daeltoes. 

. Maxtim says that vegetaMes 
riMmld recover generally from the 
fKeae by late May. and you can 
look for the suin^y tituatlon to 
be cm the heavy side after that. 



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Use IMIeefive LigMiiv 
Oli Vara C«rip«eat 

If there's a chance you'll be 
driving or towliw equipment on 
the h^bway after (teilc, be sure 
It is adequately lighted at the 
rear, say officials at the Virginia 
Rural Safety Council. 

The Council urges that farmers 
equip unlighted machines with re- 
flective ntiaterials to supplement 
regular lighting provided \I9 the 
equipment manufacturers. 

Many serious and sometimes fa- 
^1 accidents occur when fast- 
moving trucks or autonKi<>ne$ 
crash into the rear of slow-mov- 
ing tractcn-s or equipment. Re- 
flective materials on the rear of 
this equipment can prevent these 
unnecessary tragedies. 

In Virginia, 4-H and FPA mem- 
bers have beeq given the oppor- 
tunity of selling the reflective 




Rim iMMi^b'ftiM mm wm 
Rm Mt SilM FrMay,Sitiriiy 



EiUnr VO mNDLB . • . a ihsrl leagA af ntf weMetf 
■M lay ef s fraetar clevis pta wfl prwvMe a c —v eal e Bl 
■peetf tMerttef aai remevfev Ike iria. WeigM ef tte red 
la keep pks aeeare wkea IraveAig aver raag^ 



materials. They will be contact- 
ing farmers this monlh. and will 
apply the material when ^: ought. 



tion. and her markets substan- 
tially affect the rest. 



Tartey SKastion Deenned 
Critieal for Prodacers 

It looks rough ahead for turkey 
producera. 

Aonther warning of possible 
downtrends in the market comes 
from Dr. R. J. Krueger, associate 
agricultural economist at VPI. 

Virginia Is the third largest 
turkey-producinir state in the na- 



Dr. Krueger's tip is to watch 

the situation carefully as the S3a- 

• son progresses. Unless production 

I prospects change, Virginia turkey 

I producers stand to lose money. 



The County CcMumittee of ttie 
Princess Anne Federation of 
Heme Demonstration Clulw met 
on Monday, AiM-il 18. at 10 a. m. 
at the Agricultural Building, with 
th^ president, Mrs. Thomas C. 
Hunter, presiding. 

Mrs. R. W. Couch lead the de- 
votional by reading a poem (en- 
titled "Dreaming." Mrs. Deal an- 
nounced that with the additicm 
cf the Lakevlew Park Cl»*. a 
newly organized club, the Prtncesa 
Anne County group now boasts 
19 Home Demonstratitm clubs. 

The amount of profit realized 
from a recent serving of lunches 
at the Ttdiwat«>r Bird Dog Aaao- 
clation Field Trials at Rosemont 
was reported to be $52. 

It was agreed on by the mem- 
bers to discontinue the Harvest 
Festival this year. Instead, a bake 
sale will be held on Ftiday. Mky 
6 and Saturday. May 7, )aj each 
clu'j in the county in their re- 
spective arras. This is being ^lone^ 



at this time in connection wl^ 
National H«ne Dnn<mirtn^i(m 
Week, which is f rwa th« 2nd thru 
the 7th of Ifay, Various televi- 
sion and radio iMt)graais are fea- 
turing the cliib theme this week, 
telUng and iriMmtag what mem- 
bers <A these chAs do In Princess 
Anne County as weu as all over 
the nation. _^ 

The 19 chibs in Princess Anne 
county have a memljershlp Gl 
401. Cofmty Federation is a mem- 
ber of District No. 1 PMeration, 
and oi the Nktkmal Home De- 
montstratltm Council, which is a 
me m b er of the international or- 
ganization called Associated Coun- 
try Women of the World. Ifcme 
demtmstratkm woric is a part of 
the Cooperative Extension Ser- 
vice of the Unitea States Depart- 



flw^ of Agrletiltare and th« Land 
Onnte 0(^eg» irtildi paoea on to 
th« p«^ kAOWleitte gained thru 
research. B is a part of the larg- 
est adaH fldueatioaal system in 
the w«M. 

AeMewsaMl MgM 

Mrs. K. W. OoQch. Achievement 
Night chalnMn. announced mem- 
bers on thM eoouBlttee with her 
wUl be Mrs. AslwiUe W. McClan- 
an, Mrs. Pinley C. Rixttm. Mrs. 
N. B. Perry. Mrs. B. L. Brick- 
house, Mr*. J. B. Ton. and Mr' 
P. C. Mote. Tlw ccnuBlttee will 
meet lifty 9 to make tentative 
idans for the Achievement Night 
Drngram. which will be held this 
fan.' 

Mrs. A. W. McClanan t«lld aibout 



nxn, 

» MAtLY 

growing season wf9_ 

<^ next wlirter, VPI 

advise. Sitete or tmr 

this manner also WKf % t0tfi It 

provide feed durtnc ifry aoMMP 

weather when pMtures ar« abotl 

There is genendly 1MHN7 ef 
pasture in May and enly 
s'nce mcst forage irtute fl 
half their yield In the fint 
months cf the growing 



the eomnunity center iriiich the 
Pungo clttf> is working hard to get 
under way. 1^ asked the moral 
support of all the clutoa on this 
project, and their cooperatton by 
attending a barbecue supper the 
chib will serve to the general pol^- 
lic on May 14 from 5 until 8 pjon. 



at the Agricultural BuflcHiif «f 
Princess Anne Court HotMe. 

Residents in all sections ^ 0» 
county are aAed to patronte Hi* 
bake sale in their area tamomm 
or Saturday, and do their alamt 
in helping celebrate NatloiMl 
Home Demonstration Week bw 
purchasing some delicious h ou ie 
baked goodies. 



Pea Aphid Damage 
Still Reported Heavy 

Severe damage to alfalfa fields 



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This fine Kentucky straight bourbotl has been made 
from the same secret formula under the direct 
supervision of the same Kentucky family for three 
generations . . . Uniform quality is assured because every 
drop has always been DistiHed and Bottled only by 
Glcnmore at its orieinal distillery^ 



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GLBNMORE OlSTILLeAlES COMPANY 
LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY 



Good Cgg Prices Fareaeen 
For Late 1955; Breilen 17p 

"Good" is the forecart for 
egg prices for the latter part 
of 1955, particularly for the but 
three or four months. However, a 
si ght dip is exptcted in prices 
Chls mcnth and next. 
There were 2 per cent more 



throughout Virginia from the pea , ^^^^^ „^ ,^^^ ^^^^^ ^ g, ^„. 



aphid still holds the spotlight in 
the insect world. 

Arthur P. Morris, associate en- 
tomologist at VPI, says tl^ pea 
aphids are teaming up with such 
insects as the alfalfa weevil and 
clover leaf weevJ to make heavy 
inroads on the state's al'alfa 
plantings. 

Stands have been reduced and 
growtn delayed or stoppsd. The 



pared with a year ago, and the 
number of layers is likely to con- 
tinue slightly above a year ago 
for the nixt few months. The rate 
cf lay per bird in the spring is ex- 
cct:d to be about at 1954 levels. 
On the basis cf 40 cents per do- 
zen at the present time for large 
Orade A c-i?s, the April-May price 
will likely be 37 to 39 cents. 

Frcm D3ceinber to January the 
hatphing cf egg - laying type 



HE ALraUETIML SECTIM OF TIE 
TEIEPIME MIEeTMT FM 

Virginia B«ach and vicinity 

OOIS TO MISS ON MAY It 

(Tte CfaisMad SacffM h tl»$94-'fartlme «4varffil«t 
«•■■•# ka acctplatf far tlih iMtw") 



alfalfa crop suffered from the late | ^.^^^ replacements was 

freeze and in many cases plant 



diseases have further complicated 
the nrcbkm. This office can give 
details en ccntrcl. 



Vaccine in Drinking Water 
Satlsfactcry for Chicks 

g Newcastle disease can be pre- 
vented satisfactorily by plac- 
ing vaccine in drinking water for 
ycung chicks. 
The researi:hers suggest using 



far below a yaar earlier. This Is 
::n-lsten* wl^h farm9rs' Int n- 

n: as cf January 1 to buy 18 
per cent less replaciment chick£ 
this year than last. 

Farmers also plan to buy a 
smaller proportion or sexed pul- 
lets. By June, laying fleck num- 
bers are likely to reflect a rtduc- 
tlcn in the number of replace- 
ment chicks hatched in rec'^t 
m nths. Any d dins, h:wev;r, in 
narjers cf layers this summer 




7. 



the r:gular intr?.nas?.l vaccine in 

cue <iua..t cf water for every 100 ! '.^-^ly *'" b. partly offset by ccm 

chicks whrn the chicks are from ' '■"»u"<i 



iiiijreflstd iitles uf lay. 



4 to 10 days old. The directions 



I hire was almost a 4 per cent In- 



of the manufacturer 
followed carefully. 



should 



be ' crease in the rate of lay per bird 
this February over last February. 




If you wlih an additional lifting— or wont to 
moko o chongo In yoo r proiont lifting, ploafo 
can our iuf Inof f Offlio bof oro tho obovo doto. 

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OP VIMINIA 



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SEaiON VMO 



eOMMERCML ami MPUSTIML BUSMaS REVIEW SECTIOR 



•MtMUMTMlgk iN4 W 



ilailB •orH in /amiUMk indus- 
try. 

Heeaiae of autooMitlon many 
faetmries are rapUIly becoming 
^oAi-liutton cpentions. Because 
«f gutcawtlon there's talk 6f a 
||-4tJiMU' witfk week and a guar- 
Miani*! irage. 



t¥tn the home-tmilding indus- 
trf to borrowii^ tricks from the 
MsctaofUy lines of industry in or- 
der to reduce construction costs. 
linre and mare materials are ar- 
riving at the constjoictlon site cut 
to size. Cuttlht «nd fitting hM 
been <tone iMAy tbiles ft-drn Ihe 
home site in a factory or mill 
where the jcb could bt- done more 
•ecurately and more' cconoinical- 

"^ ^ 

Advansement cf the modular 

flrincip'te cif home corustruction 
has helgped incbtise autoniatioM 
In home construction. Under the 
modular principle which calta for 
•11 home dimensions t6 toe divis- 
Jble by four, mirch material can 
be assembled belore it reMhes 
the home site. Thus the builder 
gets the advantage of mass pro- 
4hKaaa and mechanization. The 
hom« buyer gets a lower-priced 
prodiict Of higher quality. 

MftSy modem buflding mater- 
ials Ati cheaper to dM than old 
type materials, not because they 
lack quality, but because they 
. have Been ittade in A factory tiWth 
iweclslon machinery. Machines 
hav6 done the work instead of 
himds. 

ih this c&tegory of materials 
bekng products like insuliatlng 
■Mhig, fflsulatlng sheathing, ex- 
tattist and Irtterlor gypsum board. 



dry-wull plaster. (Mmels, and the 
iMny hardboftrd and inwilatton 
boArd panels used for interior 

finishing. 

These ipateriate come to Mgl*- 
weight panels tJ»t are easy to 
handle and they go Uito i^lace 
quickly. Moreover, many ol tWem 
do several bulkUhg Jcbs at Ortce. 
Insulating, sidtog. for exauple, 
insulates the si'devall, storenfth- 
ens it, decorates Md helps reduce 
noise. 

Insulating siding iS mrade with 
presision machinery according to 
specirications sef u|> by the A|n- 
erlcan Society foir Testing Ma- 
terials atw *c«J<»«int t6 p«)cie- 
dures specified by the Pederal 
HoUBin$ A<nilnmratloR. It^ » 
go6d eximKple <Kf wKat reiults 
when the principles of "automa- 
tion" are adapted to modem 
home construction. 




ImhrtiMMiilMPrMMatiMi 



Impiit-Cxptrt 
Tridi M fiiiN 

Virginia ports gained a whop- 
ping 10.d% In import-eiport trade 
during 1954 As compared with the 
previous year, while the natkm M 
a *hole dropped .7 %, accordUit 
to figures released by the Vir- 
ginia State Pbrb* AtrthoritJ'. 

Tonnage figures for 1^64 show 
that Virginia ports moved a to- 
tal of 18,209,183 ' tons, as com- 
pared trith 14,425,475 during 
1953. The nation's total tor lM4 
was 197,854,160 tons, whjle 199,- 
223,000 was mov6d in and out <a 
the country during 1953. 



Exltrminating Co. Boaits 
Long aim Enviable Roeord 



what may prove to be a his- 
torical document was introduced 
in the Senate recently Irt the 
form of a Senat* resolutlMJ, 
which would authortae thfe Presl- 
drnt and our intomatlonal f«|ire- 
sentatives to negotiate a pWn 
with other free flatlbfls settii^ Op 
an International Pood and Ittw 
Material Reserve. 

Such a plan is diesiened to eli- 
minate agrteultural and other 
ecmmcdity surplus in sll 6tttm- 
tries ;to prevent fluctuation* in 
pnc:s.' to permit full scale and 
abundant production: to elimin- 
ate quotas and acreage allow- 
ances; to provide food, clothing 
and other essentials in have-not 
countries; to strengthen demo- 
cracy; to prevent famine.* and 
starvation; to provide adequate 
methods of distribution and pur- 
chase of foods and other raw re- 
sources to tens of minkms of peo- 
ple; to provide for orderly mar- 



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CEhtftAL INSURANCE 

1 7TH ^ PACIFIC PHONE VA. BEACH 363 
Have You Paid Your Poll Taxes? 



The world's htmsAn population 
would look Maan, indeed, if com- 
pared to this rtwttbtr of termites, 
pdwder post beetles and other in- 
sect pests exterminated by the 
Tidewater l^nnlte Exterminating 
Company since thsy 6pcned for 
businete back in i^. 

And hundreds of homes would 
look different, too, had this com- 
Iteny'^ trained elfeperts not rid 
the premises of theie undermin- 
ing pests. Homes that stm proud- 
ly stand foiir-square would lean 
and tut with sagglAg beams ahd 
pithy Joists had not these folks 
gone to work. 

The old saying that "you never 
miss the water 'til the well runs 
di-y" hAs a parallel in that you 
may never suspect termites at 
their destructive work until the 



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house starts to sag. 

To prevent such occurrences. 
Tidewater Termite sends Its ex- 
perts out at your request to look 
your property over — before the 
foundations bfgin to give way. 

J. B. Rose, company manager, 
estimates that this free inspection 
service has saved thousands of 
dollars for home owners by stop- 
ping damage before it reaches the 
dangerous stage. 

"It costs only from $85 to $125 
to rid the average home otf ter- 
mites and their ilk," Mr. Rose 
says, "and, what with our five- 
year guarantee, this has prevent- 
ed many, many exipenslve rein- 
forcing and foundation replace- 
ment jcbs, which run into the big 
money." 

The firm is located at 1721 



MIXIMI KWCTRIC 



Large and Small 
appliance Repairing 



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All Types of Light Fixtures 
606 - 17th SfrMt - Phone Va. Beach 1 105 



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four aM»t, art your four lidtd MlAli 
against daimma, McaisitaHng Mubbn- 
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800x15 ....... 14.90 



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650x16 ....... 32.31 

670x15 32.91 

710x15 36.12 

760x15 39.54 

800x15 43.93 



Eprlnsfield Avenue, and can be 
easily reached by telephone, dhy 
or night, by calling Norfolk, Kl 
5-5511. 



kettng of natt<mal surpluses: to 
l^eirtnit ogftcultural AqitoMakms: 
t6 dtWMStrate Uie ability «< t^ 
free iWrtd nations td wortt to- 
getiwr fM' bettennent c^ lire. 
Metave ti W-^airliMUl 

The resolution was iiftr'ortMed 
\fS n senaioM fttkl^ ««hcultural 
States. heldlM by Senator Mur- 
ray cf Montana, and is |Uiidi#h as 
Sbriate <l«sOltitidh M. tt is M- 
tiilrtlsan in n&iiirb. 

Autkors cf tl» plan go back 
some 3,500 years in world history 
for the precedent of soch an or- 
ganization — to the time when 
Joseph warned King Pharaoh 
that a tima tA famine and scar- 
city was coming and urged him to 
buy up all the surplus food crops 
against an emergency. At the 
time, the warehouses and storage 
iMns of figypt were bulging with 
grains and other surjdiB eroixt. 

So the BibllMd story goes on 
that Pharaoh did boy. for seven 
years, an annual 20 per cent sur- 
plus of tlw land and stored them 
away, that they were used to feed 
the peoples of Egypt when the 
Isan years came, and the sur- 



ptantf vera «vM8« and aeid to 
the peoidea oT foreign lands. 

SMiator W. Scott Kerr, of Ifo. 
Carolina, a former llaater <a the 
Ntotidnid Qnsmt fm iQs state, 
and a fonHei- adnlnistrator at 
the federal Land Baidt. says tiiat 
adaption of aoeh a idan aia * 
world food bank iroirid iMini 
albcut buBiedii^ reductions bi 
(Hu- friJed up sonduaes of food 
stocks. 

Senator Murray says (A such 
an internatkmal reserve: "It wlU 
ftfovidea ei^tinuously stabilizing 
factor in inta^atlonal raw bm- 
t«rlal markets. Through the ad- 
ministrative Btaehinery of the re- 
serve, the stSft)tilzed prices of 
each raw nuterial that ent«-s 
importantly into internaUonal 
trade would be negotiated and 
agreed upon. The rnerve could 
therekfter stand ready at all 
times to buy those raw materials 
at an agreed upon price and 
would stbnd ready to sen such 
commoditiei when they tdoK abcv'e 
the agreed is>on stalbillzed in-ice. 
The reserve would thus rsditte 
the extreMe ups and downs in 
both di^nitlc and international 
markets to the benefit of the raw 
materials producing nations and 
c5nsumers as well." ' 



Oeorgetoiwn, in Washington. O. 
C. is a «»iM villaee wKhin the 
city which has been restcM-ed in 
many sectors and reflects a com- 
pi^ althltaetural history of the 
eofi^nial days, typical of ^e re- 
atMra^ns fii the "Hyde Houae." 
iHillt In iWe *y a atenchant who 
wrote: "Hide's my name and 
hktes I taai$, $t wet and 5c dry." 
Scmu> 20 coata of paint were re- 
moved from the ta-ick to restore it 
to its original ccmditlon. 



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- Organiaed 1889 - 



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Preventing Damage by Termites or PoWder Post Beclles 

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If your fiber porch rugs, beach 
Or yacht ch«ir« are faded *nd 
ahufciby looking, youll be intet-- 
e^ed m some advice fro» Wa 
Ruth Jamiaon, house furnishings 
specialist at VFI. 

On rugs, try a canvas paint to 
renev thoh and make them fit in 
tMth the porch color scheme. FSrst 
iiptAy an undereoating to fill the 
pores and to condition the rug 
for the overcoating. Let this dfy 
for 24 hours. 

The overcoating may be ap- 
plied with a bniah or a spray. Let 
"^ It di7 ^ hours in the sun before 
mii^ the rug, or the overcoating 
will crack off. there is a good 
ran^e or colors in overcoating, so 
it will be easy to coordinate the 
color scheme of the porch «or fur- 
niture. 

Filber. sisal and grass rugs need 
a siziiw before applying the can- 
vas i^aiht. Make the sising by 
mixing 1 cup of starch with 1 cup 
of cold water. I^:ur this mixture 
into 2 quarts <A boiling water, 
etlr until It is smooth. Apply and 
allow it to dry thoroughly before 
using the overcoat. 

Two or more codts of the over- 
coat are advisable for rugs be- 
cause cf the heavy wear they get. 

When painting very dry and 
badly worn surfaces, sach as can- 
vas on a chair, you can save paint 
by first wiping the surface with 
char water and applying the can- 



vas paint white it Is wet 

• • » 

Vat-dyed, pr«-riurtu^ slip cbv> 
era can te run Mfcly through on« 
cycle <a the waging iMMshine. 

Hiss Jamiaon says to tumble 
them dry or t»m them in Vh» 
^adb until they are Mtly dight- 
ly damp. Press the ftounee aM 
slip them on the chair to flniM 
dryii^. They can then be shaped 
to m as well as when new, and 
youll save lota of ironing time. 
Ycu mav need to press with a 
medium hot iron along the most 

prominent seaihs. 

* • * 

P^eariilg jtelejr II t«a 
Foltow the "Rales' 

IP YOU PRBE© clothes "by the 

rules" youll find it much matt 
effective. Here are tJps for var- 
ious fabrics: 

COTltJW: Sponge lightly and 
press on right Mde, except on 
dark colors. Dark colore shoUM 
be pressed on the wrong side and 
toubhed op on the right, usini 
cheese cloth to protect garment 
frcm iron and to pre-veht <lict 
places. Wse a hot iron, and press 
dry. 

LINEN: Sponge lightly and 
press on wrong side. Press dry. 
Use a hot Itoh. Linen can take 
the h^hest temperatures on dial. 

RATdN: Preite on wrong side 
with low temperature. If moisture 



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ia needed, eovar gwaieiH with dry 
fn)tt idMh and spoiige Ughtiy, or 
%f i^ymp WtMr itusto oil dry 
itnm cMlh. The atetii foea tltfu 
Vtm an^ttad preas ckfklt without 
Mvti« a ahelEn. 

JBBJt: PrnK <m irrong sufe. us* 
ihg s Hem preM ciotn. and daibp- 
en d^iniy if McesiMury. uae me- 
dium or slightly hIgKer tempera- 
ture than on rAyiMl. 

W60L: iPre^ Oh wit>ng side if 
possible, as in Airts, drieana <»■ 
Monies. Lay wool press cloth on 
board next to right side of wool 
garlnem. Press with a daiat> heavy 
cidth aftd leave steaiA Hsitic when 
cloth is removed. Never press 
wocl dry. On jackets, coats or 
trousers, press on the right side. 
Pla.si the wool press clOth on the 
right side of the garmenfi, and 
place the dam|>, heavy presa ctoth 
over it. Let steam go through to 
ganhent and «iat with hand, a 
clapper of wood, or pressing mitt 
along front edges, shoulders and 
lafpel. Press lapel and shoulders 
over a tailor's ciiShion. 

Trousers or riacks are first 
pressed oirer the knee aetetion to 
shrink out any fullness. Then lay 
with seam^ t<«ether aiKl steam. 
Creases in front and back of the 
trousers and the edges of pints 
in skirts should be clapped With 
wood clapper or palm of hand 
while steam is still rlsiftg to make 
a good shaiip edge. Hang in pUtcie 
to dry before wearing. 

NYIiQN: Press seams with a 
warm iron. A dad)p cloth niay 
help give a smoother seam. Al- 
ways press in the direction the 
threads run. 
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AMERICA has a gigantic sweet 
tooth. VPI home economists de- 
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of sugar per year (100 podncte 
per person) to satisfy it. 

Linking the high consumption 
of sweets with tooth dc'^ay. which 
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1. 1963. and June 30. l6M. than 
did any other single cause. Watch 
Weight, undue worry and over- 

fatig\ie. 

• • • • 

CANCKti, a dlsiease which takea 
an increasing numher of lives 
each year, was third among the 
causes of dieath in Virginia last 
year. The ^tai 6l 3.635, a figlire 
which includes deaths caused by 
leokemia, commonly caUed can- 
cer cf the bidod streanl. Be sUre 
members of your family have re- 
gular physical check-ups. 

• * * • 

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of children 9 to 12 years old 
shows the Importance of two fac- 
tors for good breaicfaats. ft-eAk- 
fast scores went up when diother 
or adult prepared the meal. The 
child who prepared his own 
ibreakfast did not eat as adequate- 
ly. Also the results show that 
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with tiie whole faihiiy average 
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VIRGINIA BEACH SUN - NEWS, THURSDAY MAY .5, 1955 



SECTION TWO 



EVERYDAY 
RRfJCIIOM 



Minliiter. 

Virginia Bi^ach 
M«thodist Church ' 



vntAicirr talk 

"Shna said: "8wrar not all all: 
rour cMnmunication be Yea, 
Htm, nay . . ." When He fbr- 
nrearlng He did hot refer to 
Re meant that His <tto- 
derotion to the truth 
be so unquestioned that 
simple statement would car- 
s own credence. When they 
a eertaln thii« was a cer- 
way, everybody should know 
' flbttt was the way it was. 

. 1ft those days things were far 
jMterent. Cheating was the daily 
Mftetiee. Lies were in the air men 
iMathed. When truth was really 
jMentlal. therefore, the speaker 
MlAl call Ood to witness and ex- 
ifKM the hope that if his words 
Ad not prove true, his house 
wtoht burn to the ground and his 
children be afflicted with demoni* 
eal insanity. This oriental prac- 
tlee survives in the case of ehil- 
who feel, free to lie if they 
creased their fingers and un- 
tfer necessity to tell the truth if 
fttiy cross their hearts and hope 

Itsus had no use for this folde- 
IM. He Insisted that the simple 
Affirmation or negation should be 
enough. 

Doctors and Truth 



Obviously, truth is an import- 
ant commodity. If people could 
not be trusted business would 
come to a standstill and society 
would break down. But should one 
always tell the truth? I recently 
read an article by a physician: 
'Should a Doctor Tell the Truth?" 
Not always, is the answer. There 
are times when the full truth 
might be harmful to the patient. 
Cancer patients, for ekample, may 
lose any hope of recovery in tl» 
terror they experience when they 
are told of thtlr condition. There 
is no doubt something in this doc- 
tor's point of view. On the other 
hand. I have dealt with many 
persons who were convinced they 
had cancer but really didn't have 
it at all. They had heard that 
people weren't told about it if 
they had the disease, ^ence. they 
suspected their doctors were hold- 
ing out on them. ' 

It is a kiu>tty question. To tell 
the entire truth at a given mo- 
ment may not be advisable. Yet 
any deviation from the truth is 
dangerous. The result of Ijring is 
always the Collapse of confidence. 

Should preachers tell the truth? 
Of course they should. Yet the 
whole truth may be very unpleas- 
ant and people do not want to 
hear wlurt is unpleasant. If you 



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Many thousands of Tidewater residents visit Share Drive 
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come down and see as. Tbat inwves tbat Sbore Drive lu 
Is tbe ontstandlng steak bouse of tbe Tidewater area. If yo< 
visit tbe Sbore Drive Inn stop and see as again. If yoa did 
net. don't deprive yoaraelf of a real treat for a filet nignon. 
or any ?tber of oar fall Itaie of fine steako. 

Oar lianqaet room #111 accommodate ap to 109 persona 
witb tbe same bedt quality of food and wltt tbe seat f«»- 
•onable prices. Give us a cbance to serve your group on a 
day's notice. Just call Norfolk 639831. 



tell the whole truth it may make j 
them mad. This can be a good | 
thing if th^ dorf t get too mad, I 
You want them to follow up their ' 
anger with change, but if they 
never get beyond the anger stage, 
nothing has been achieved. 

Should polliicians tell the 
truth? It's getting a little tougher i 
now. Campaign oratory is essen- j 
tial to politicians ami In its ful- I 
some play truth is apt to suffer. | 
Yet politicians, too, can find wor- 
I thy cmmsel in these words: "Let 
'\ your c<mimunication be Yea. yea; I 
i Nay. nay, for whatever is more ! 
than this U of evil." 

Every Day Deceptions 
i There are niunerous little de- 
• ceptions that are practised every 
day. Some of them seem innocu- 
ous, others not. When asked to 
play bridge a woman may say: 
"(Ml. I'm stupid at cards." Then 
she plays with all the sharpness 
of a professional. Or the man who 
laughs apologetically when golf is 
mentioned and says he can't hit 
his hat. Then he goes out and 
throws a 78 at you. It was same- 
, thing like this that prompted 
1 converts in the old revivals to tell 
lurid stories about their pasts un- 
til they almost believed them 
themselves. The man who always 
talks about the hypocrites in the 
church iSfOf course, trying to hide 
his own meanness by pointing out 
the shortcomings of others. 

It is important that we face 
the facts about ourselves as John 
Wesley did in his daily periods of 
»lf-examination. It is more im- 
portant, atill. that we arrive at 
truth within ourselves. "Thou de- 
sirest inward truth," said the 
Psalmist. Well, we can all start 
with this: "Swear not at all. Let 
I your communication be Yea, yea: 
I Nay, nay, for whatever is more 
I than this is of evil." 




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OOD MOVES 
JS A MYSTERIOIOIB WAY 

"To the river, driver," enrdered 
William Cowper as he entered the 
carriage. 

"The river?" asked the driver. 
as he picked up the reins. "Where 
and why?" 

"Anywhere akmg the river 
bank." answered the deranged 
poet. "Ood has ordered me to 
take my own life, and I prefer to 
drown myself rather than htam 
myself." 

"Did you say Ck>d ordered you 
to take your own ttfe?" the driv- 
er asked, as he headed for the 
Ouse River, three miles away. 

"Yes." replied the confused 
lawyer. "Ctod hates me. You see. 
I am not one of Ood's elect. And 



Iteeaine I have not been etoeted 
to salvntlon z am to be etenu^ 
«temned. And as my punidiment 
Ood has ordered me to slay my- 
•elf." 

The driver quickly realiaed the 
uRibalanced e(mdlti<m <tf his pas- 
senger's mind luid toeathed a 
prayer of thanks when a sudden 
fog en-ralcped the area. "This will 
hc^." he said to himself as he 
purposely "lost his way" in the 
dense fog. Several hours later he 
was stQl Jogging ih> one road and 
down anotlwr, when he kwked 
back and saw his passenger lyii« 
in a deep sleep. MonHng in ft'ont 
01 the hoi»e where he had picked 
him up, the driver called, "Here 
we are, sir, here we are." 

Roused from a deep slumber, 
Cowper stepped from the car- 
riage, paid his fare, turned to- 
ward the house and said. "We're 
back hmne. How is that?" 

"Got lost in the fcg. sir. Sorry." 

"Where did I order you to go?" 

"To the river, sir, so you could 
take your life because you said 
Ood told you to." replied the re- 
lieved driver. 

'-Then Ood be praised for hav- 
ing spared me," Cowper said. 
"CkKl be thanked for having over- 
nded my foolish designs. I must 
have been in one of my melan- 
cholic moods, but tm all right 
new, thanks to His great mercy." 

Dismissing the carriage he 
went into his home. That same 
evening in 1774, his 43rd year, te- 
flecting upon his narrow escape 
from death, he wrote an auto- 



Mogra^tcal hymn whieh con- 
tained these majestic lines: 

Ood moves in a mj^sterfous way 
Ria wonders to perform; 

He plaiMs His footsteps in the sea 
And rides upon the storm. 

Cowper (1731-iro0> spent the 
last 25 years of his life convinced 
tlmt Ood "was determined to be- 
tray him at every turn in this life 
and to torture him eternally in 
the next." The death ot Mti mo- 
ther when he was but^sii^ was 
quite a shock. Then, entering an 
Ei^Iish boarding school when still 
a young lad he was subjected to 
severe hazing and ill treatment 
at the hands of older boys. Be- 
cause of what his biographers call 
"an Intimate deformity" he was 
mauled and mistreated to such a 
degree that the madness which 
haunted his later years may be 
traced to this source. 

At 21 he entered the legal pro- 
fession, and was nomifiated for 
a clerkship in the British House 
of Lords. The strain and worry 
accompanying the examination 
for this appointment so unnerv- 
ed him that he suffered the first 
Of a series of fits of insanity. He 
bought poison but could not take 
It: he purchased a large knife but 



was afmid to plunge it Into his 
heart; he hung hbnself but the 
garter broke! There fxdtowed 18 
months In an asylmn. where he 
suffered frcmt tlw delusion tint 
Ood "had it in for him" and was 
wreaking His vei^eance upon him 
in a peculiar way. 

At 33 he gained his senses kmg 
enough to experience a Christian 
conversion, and the consciousness 
of forgiven sin. A visit from a 
brother durli« his confinement 
to ai. Alban's asyhmi. led to his 
conversion, and inspired him to 
write "O for a closer walk with 
Ood." When his only romance 
terminated almost before it be- 
gan, only the friendship of Rev. 
John Newton kept him from tak- 
ing his life. The two men w<»ked 
together on their "(Mney Hymns" 
and its publication, with out- 
standing contributions from than 
both, was a landmark in tbe his- 
tory of Christian hymnody. 

The last decade of his life was 



leagued with more "haunting irt- 
sions and strange voices" imtll hf 
criM out In desperation, "Wl'eteh! 
To whom death and life are alike 
impossible!" 

Prom his earlier years came Ms 
mastic hymns and from the lu- 
cid hours of his declining years 
such outstanding po^M as "The 
Task" and "John Oilpln." a*^ well 
as thotsands of "eki^rtient cheer- 
ful letters. "While be feK that Ood 
iHul damned him "below Judas 
lacarlot." the Heavenly Father, m 
love and tender mercy. .tO(4c MM 
back to Himself in 1800. Ami Ms 
hymns, written from a tortured 
aHnd and c<»ifu8ed soul, now are 
a source of comfort and strength 
to millions of others such as was 
denied their author. 



Hie annual meeting of the UJS. 
Otrnferenoe for the World Council 
of ChurehM Is being held this 
week at Buck Hilll Ftills, Pa. 



I SPITE HOUSE 

j Many things have been done 
; out cf spite— Including the bulld- 
, ing of a house. Among the fas- 
! cinating sights in Washington, D. 
j C, is the "Spite House" In quaint 
1 old Georgetown. A> resolute gen- 
I tieman built the 11 -foot wide 
> house in order to cut off a rjeigh- 
bor's sunlight. It was once occu>- 
pled by Drew Pearson, but he did 
I not build It. 



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days sponsored by the United 
Council cf Church Women. May 
Fellowship points up the need for 
I a more united church and shows 
' what it can do. beginning in the 
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The whispering power of an 
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Enter now! Look for ydur 
dealer's contest display of 
Co.'a-Cola in cartons and 
get an official entry blank 
giving all rules. Entries for 
this 'veek's contest must be 
postmarked before mid- 
night, Sunday. May 8. 



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towels, blouses ... so fresh and clean last week, are ready 
to be washed, dried and ironed over again. 

YOU KNOW YOUR a.ECTRfC WASHER does its best work 
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Mn. liMiraine Tiierw«iKr, 

of Ctturch acbooi. 
1«:MA.M.— ODnreh ScMoK 
1 1 : W it |f .-iMamttif WofirtUp. 
7:9»P.lf.-^Sraaiiif Wor^ip. 

7:»F.II.'fBiidiy— Prtiyw Ser- 

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We have Cottcte Prayer Meetings 
every 0«MrAiy nlgbt. 



nHNCOS ANNI COUNTY 



SMh end aBmeTvninUi Beacti 
AffM O. 
W< 



ftwiieirt «l tlw C«BgrMa«Mi 

Werner Wffli. Church School 
bviperintendent. 

10:00 A.M.— Sunday Services. 
9:00 A.liil.StiiKiay and 8:00 P.M. 
rriday— Bv«nin« Wonhtp.- 

Dtirlng Summer Season dally ser- 
vices 7:30 A. M. — Evenings 
at sundovn. 



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CATHOuo cmmcn 

14th and Arctic Cfrcie 



IMsBIOlMi SgfBigS 

cmiis iBAw cm mcn 

(MadjpiM) 
Meetii« ttk Bays ide Beho ei, m. 13. 
MitUi WMMFd MbHhM^ "FiMIOf 
»:3» a. m.— Miaday ScMOl. 
10:45 a. m.— ■MorBlng Worship. 
7:30 p.m.-^M(mday— Chi Rho 
l^iiowshtp. 



sf . jonrs aArrwt cwacii 

Prinee8» AAne Oowt House 
W. J. Mea4i. O. D. 

(Pastoral Supply) 
P. Ghregory 

Chui«h school Sm>erintendent 
10:00 a.m.— €»»ir^ SOhool. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning WorMnp. 

e:00p.m.— B. T. U. 
Women's Missionary Union meets 
rint Wednesday. 10:00 a.m., altef 
lirst Sunday. 

Nursery, Primary St intermediate 
departments meet at 10:00 a.m. 



^ t. IMMm, PaalM 
0:00 A.M. — 10:30 A.M.— C?ate- 
chian class for children on 
Saturdays. 
Sunday Masses-'Winter, 9, i:30 

and 11 A. M. 
Summer season— 7:30, 9:00, 10:00, 

11:00 and la.-oo. 
7:30 P.M. Thursday — Novena 

Services and Benediction. 
8:00 P. M. Monday— Information 

Claw for adHlts. 
4:00 • Mo P.M. and 7:00 - 8:00 
f.M. Saturday — Confes- 
sions. 



EvangeMnil 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 
Of tlia GhKDd Shealierd 

Services at Community House 

18th and'Baltic Avenue 
John Oavld Keister, Pastor 
•-H. O. Erhard, Church School Supt. 
9:45 a.m.— Sunday School. 
11:00 a. m.— Worship Service. 



OaUlee 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

Atlantic Avenue at I8th street 
^ EdmMid BerfMley, Pastor 
h-ancls M. Williams, Jr., Supt. of 
Sunday School; Mr. and 
BIrs. J. Douglas Hubard, co- 
Supts. 0f Primary Depart- 
ment; Mrs. B. O. Risher, 

„ Nursery pept. Sup. 

8:00 A, Mi— Holy cmnmunion. 

9:80 4l|^-M^riuiCP>»yer .and 
oiraloiii f § 

9MJ^M^:4i»m^MiOt^ 

U :00 JBm^-mifflktt-nimArf 
partment. 

ll:00A.M.— Momung Pranrer and 
Sermon. First Sunday of 
month, Holy Communion at 
11:00 A.M. 
6:00 P.M.— Yi»P. 

tfoly days are eelotn-ate^ at 10:30 
A. It. with Holy Commun- 
ion. 



SALEM METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anno, Virgmia - 
Rev. Rfehard H. Sfesiiand 

William L. Spence 
Church School Superintendent 
10:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 
11:00 a.m.— Church School. 
Methodist Youth Fellowship on 
alternate Sunday evenings. 



Church SclMXH Superintendent 
9:46 a. m.— -Church School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 
7:30 p. m.— Youth FeUowsMp. 



l.TinaiATClf 

pttnnmRiAN church 

I I4^itfiav<n Village 
torBMMI C. rmion, Pasier 

J. H. Hunt, Church School super- 

intmdMi. 
10:0d a.n.— Clttffch Bchoci. 
11 :Q^ a. m.— Morning Wonii^^. 

0:30 p. m.— Toutto Feiiowtinp. 

6:30 y.m.— Plsoeer FeiKmabip. 

7:30 p. m.— livening WOTshlp. 



OCtAN PARK CHAPEL 

Rt. 1, Box 83, Virginia Beach, Va. 
Rev. W. teonard Moniby, D. D. 

Mrs. Winston Atftey 
Church School Superirfbendent 
9:45 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 



Itenuisiille 
HAPTI8TCHURCH 

Route 2, Box 287, Norfolk,, Va. 

Arnold B. Blount, Pastor 

W. H. Fierce 

Church School Superintendent 

;:45 a. m.— Morning Worship. 
:48 a.m.— Church School. 
llrOO a.m.— Morning Worship. 
7:00 p.m.— B. T. U. 
8:00 p.m.— Evening Worship, 
Youth Fellowship following eve- 
ning worship 



(IMalnr) 



PRlEMttS AUSETiHO 

lis nnewooo Roi^ 
Hoiaie of Ijoulse and Bob Wilson 
iunday— f :00 P. M. 



TkAUA - LTNNHAVEN CHARGE 

(Methodist) 

Route 1, Lynnhaven, Va. 

E. E. Cox. Supply Pasior 

Russell Browne 

Church School Superintendent 

9:45 a.m.— Church School. 

11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship at 

Thalia each Sunday. 
3:00 p.m.— Worship Service at 
Lynnhaven 1st, 3rd Sundays 
7:00 p.m,— Youth FeliowsWn. 
7:30 p.ffi.^holr practice M(m- 

#.li.cJC^iert!* ^ufedgjri."^ • "" 



EBMANUEL 
EPISCOPAL CHVRCfl 

Kempsviiie 

Rev. Alexander PrasCT, Pastor 

Morris Alley, Church School Supt. 
8:00 a.m.-^Ho|y Communion. 
10:(N1 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morhmg Prayer and 

Sermon. 
11:00 a. m.— Holy Communion and 

Sermon on itriA Sunday. 
8:00 p.m.— Wednesday during 
Lent, Evening Worship. 



EASTERN SHORE CHAPEL 

(Episcopal) Laskin Road 

Rev. Henry C. Barton. Jr. 

Lt. Cmdr. Q. R. Berkeley, Church 
School Superintendent. 

9:45 a.m.— Church School. 

9:45 a.m.— Adult Study Group. 

9:45 a.m.^Nuraery, klnderg'tn. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 

6:00 p.m.— Youth Fellowship. 



. Oi'aMty 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Back Bay. Virginia 
John W. Morrison, Pastor 

Fred B. Harrell 
Church School Superintendent 
^0:00 a.m.-^hurch StAiool. 
11:00 a. m.-JMorning Worship. 



OLD DONATION 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

Rt. 1, Box 63B, Bayside, Va. 

Rev. Beverley D. Tackir. Jr. 

Robert L. Beale, Church School 
Superintendent. 

9:45 a.m.— Chuch School. 

8:00 a.m.— Holy Communion. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Prayer. 

7:30 p.m.— Youth Fellowship. 

7:30 p.m.— Evening Prayer. 



PfiK!i(B.riii:RfAlif ciiuttct^ 

Mcilie Atvenue at 36th street 

;... MbtA P. tiavii. Pastor 
Chartea fl. HitohlngSi Church 
Senoel Bupterintenijlent. 

9:dOA.M.^-^lt^ning wonhip. 
10:00A.M.-47hurch School. 
11 :18 A. M.— Monung Worship. 

6:30 Ft M.— Jlini(Nr inillaWshlp. 

e:30P;M.— fienior mowship. 
I0;30 A. M. Tuesday^Prayar Band. 

2:30 P.M.— 3rd and 4th Monday 
,-4tSMtte& Of the church. 

t:OOPdii.— 4th Wednesday — 

^ «|n's CUib. 

• :80nlf.TtiesdBy— iBrownies. 

t:ioKM.snd Wednesday —Boy 
Beettts. 



Scott StemoHal 
/ METHOBIST CHURCH 

Courthottfe Road,, jDceana. ,Va. 

kev. W. N. niMlf. Pastor 

R. F.WMit 

funday SciwA Superintendent 
:00 a.m.— Early Worship. 
9:50 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a. m.— Morning Worship. 
6:30 p. m— Youth Fellowship. 
8:00 p. ih.— Evening Worship. 
7:00 p. m.— Saturday: Interme- 

4'^tfi Fellottdhlp. * 

(Nursely for all morning services) 



18th 




Beadk t 
jDIST CHURCH 

'.Itear Atianne A^nue 



r l^^ttN^y Lowell. jhaai8» 

iubr^nTHdimes, Church School 

BuperintfNiditnt. 
I; Harold Veet, Choir tMrector. 

5:00 a. at.— Worahlp Bervice. 
:00 a. m.— <;iaaBee for clUldren 
< ' ;fiu?Beryi,lyii.«})IOi6cfi&t. 
10:10 i.m.— Clasps for all ages; 
NUraery thru Adult Division. 
11:00 a.m.— Worship service. 
6:00 p.m.— Youth Fellowship. 

^ BAPTIST CHURCH 

3|th Street and Arctic Avenue 

W. G. Bend. fMot 
8:80 A. M.— Family Worship. 
9:45 A.M.— Church School. 
11:00 A.M.— Morning Worship. 
7:00 P. M.— B.T.tJ. 
8:00 P. M.— Evening W<«ihlp. 
7 :0Q P. M. Wednesday— Teacher's 

ii.oo OtiS' 'huiqiMvi-rW.iis. 

Circles Qeneni Meeting. 
1:00 P.M.— C# Scottts. can the 
Church. 



Nimmo 
kBTHODlST CHURCH 

Jrincess Anne, Virginia 
ichard H. Shanland, Pastor 
D. -Murray MaWon 
Church SclMoi Superintendent 
10:30 I. m.— Church School. 
ll!30 a.m.— Morning Worship, on 
2nd and 4th Sundays. ^ 



PastiMr 





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Woo dla^^ v^t^ 

10% A^,^ . ^. .. 

7:30 p. M, W«dM8day-WMe 
. «»dy. . 

7:30P.M.¥Mday— <;iulA's Mb 
bassadors. Youtti Service. 



Tl _ , . . _ 
Ok Basr>,Virtitti 

WttUam A. RIohardson, 

Curtis J. Ansell 
Church S(diodl Superintendent 
9:46 a.m.— Chitfch Schoo}. 
11:00 a. m.— Morning Woniilp. 
8:80 p. m.— Bvitning Wotttilp. 
T:40 p.m. Wedneedayr^Prayer 

and study PelriMi 
WJA.S. meets 2ml Mondays, 8 pjtt. 



EAST OCEAN VIEW 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Ninth St. & Pleasant Ave. 

R. Allan Brawn, faster _ 

W. E. AUmond, ChurchBehooi Su- 

perintandgnt. i *■■ 
0:30 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a. m.— Morning worship. 
6:30 p.m.— Pioneer Fellowship. 
6:30 p. h>— Senior HI Fellowship 
8:00 p.m.— Evening Worship. 
6:00 p. m.— Tuesdays, Fellowship 

supper. 
7:00 p. m.— Tuesdays, Prayer ser- 
vice and Bible Study. 



BAYSIDE BAPTIST CHAPEL 

Robbins Corner, Bayside, Va. 
Second Floor, Overton's Marekt 

John R. Wright, Pastor 

Box 367, Bayside, Va. 

J. £aii Jarieu, ouiiaay achool Su- 
perintendent. 
9:45 a.m.— Sunday School. 
lliOO a.m.— Morning Worship. 
6:30 p. m.— Training Union. 
8:00 p.m.— Evening Worship. 
8:15 p.m. Wednesday — Prayer 
and Bible study. 



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MOUNT OLIVE 

BAPTIST CHURCH, 

Rev. W. P. Jones, PastfT 

V^. snarpe, cnurch School Su- 
permtendent. 
9:30 a. m.— Church School. 
11:30 a.m.— Morning Worship. 
7:30 p.m.— Evening Worship. 



Tabemade 
METHODIST CH 

Princess Anne, Virginia 
■Box '800. Lynnhaven. -Va. 
Rev. Richard H. Shapland 
FitzhuKh li. Dowdy . 
Church School Superintendent 
11:30 a.m.HPhurch School. 
1:30 p. m.— Mornmg Worship, on 

1st and 3rd Sundays. 
Youth Fellowship alternate Thurs- 
days evenings by appoint- 
ment. 



BEECH GROVlE 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne 

William E. BaritM*. Paator 

R. H. West, Sunday School Supt. 

10:00 a. m.— Church SchP9^ 

11:00 a. m.— Mori^lng Wwship, on 

2nd and 4t^ Sundays. 
7:00 p.m.— Evening. Worship on 
3rd Sunday night. 



CHURCH OF' CMtnT 

IStli street ,ai^ Biltto . Av^ue 
E* L. Cyiws# VasMr 
Oamett Fensuson, Sunday School 
^permtendent. 
9:45 a.m— Sirattv School. 
II :M «. ■■ M a wilng - Wlaiehip. 
6:80 p.m.'^P. A. Sendee. 
7:90 P.M.— Xvan8«^H8tlc aeevkx. 
%Ud-w«eic sovtoe, t:90 p. m. Wed- 



iltisi^YT^^ CHURCH 

dtteroek»\Riu 8, |forfeUc,,Va. 

T li e m a p Wedey, D.D., S^M^ 

Cbartas E. f^uron 
Church SciMiM SupKiMendent 
8:49 a.m— <:9mrch Si^ioe|. 
11:00 a.m.— MomMig WenhlP- 
8:30 p.m.— glone er Pei|iS«^hip. 
6:30 p.m. — Y^eifAii FteHoifnAip. 
7:30 P.M. We<&ttBday-^ri^r 
Meeting. 

B/mtBT civblRai 

: honeun Brt«Bte. Virginia 
G. Edward Hwlies, hMlor 

R. B. Carter 

Church School ^perintendent 
10:00 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Wmahlp. 

7:00 p.m.— B. T. U. 

8:00 p.m.— Evening W(»^4>. 



f— ■ . 

BETHEL METHODIST CHURCH 

Cree^ 
Winiam E. Bai«er. Pastte 

Mrs. Laia Hockett, Sunday School 

buperintendent. 
10:00 a.m.— Cliurcli School. 
11:10 a.m.— Morning Worship oh 

1st and 3rd Sundays. 
7:00 p.m.— Evening Worship on 

2nd Sunday nights. 



KNOTT'S ISLAND 

MeTHOMST cnuROi 

%nott's Islan^U N. C 
WMtam C« Bh%Pw Wastes. r. 
E. H. ifsasKy^ »UMay SelMoi j^c)l» 
10:00 %, m.-'Churcn «e«>ol on 

2nd and 4th Sundays, and 
11:00 a.m.— Church ScnocA mi 

1st and 3rd i^mdays. 
10:00 a.m.— Morning Wotttip cm 

1st and 3rd Sundays. 
7:00 p.m.— Evening Worsh^ <m 

«th Sunday n^hts. 



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Lee Ragr 
Or.M. 



Bayside 
ntESBYTERIJW OWKCH 

Near Rc^nblf^ Come| 

S. D. Ney, Church School 8«|^. 
8:45 a.m.— ^Sunday School 
ll:00a.B.— M(»iin« W<»sldp 
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Inoorpomted 

21st Street 

Phone 74 — Viigittia Beadi 

TAYLOR UPHOLSTERUfQ C0» 

Complete Uf^ohlering — Auto and 
FufnitHM — SUpcovm , 
821 17th fell, Viniiifa beach 

Tcl^one 2545 , 

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}. Frank Malbon 

Phone: V.B. I8i5 Oceana, Va. 



NIXON ELBCTRIC 

Electncat Conbacters 

De^reexe and Apex Appliances 

Hotpfse Md Commercial Wiring > 

Ltghting Fixtures , GeaaNl R^in 

606 1 7th St., Va. »cach— Phone 1105 

WESTERN AUTO 
ASSOCIATE STORE 

Home OwMd 4>y S. M. R%gs 
Ml 17th St. Comer Mediterranean Ave. 
Phmie gOS Virginia leach 

"Just Call Mc Sam" 
THE OUTLET 

2018 .\tlaotic Avenue Virginia Beach 

OCCAR A tm & HAiftWARE %Xk 

Ikeoip<H«led 

H. E. Frizzell, President 

Seed and Oarien 9ap(4ies 

Riooes: Office 546 —Res. 2781-W 

Oceana, Viiginn 

OCHANA CS^ANimS 

Vimfinia Beach Mvd., Oocmm, Va. 

CHmmm - Pressiu • Dyetag 
W. C. "^n" West ^hy Corp. 

moae: Virgiwa Beach 2691 



"Service With Safety at ^»NW 

Atlantic A^^ne at 27th ^icet 

nioae 1786 Viigiaia Beadi 



W. S. MeKEMNBT * SON 

Staple and Pkncy Groceries 
Meat Maiiet — Pmlts and Vegetables 
Phone: V.B. 226 or 923 — Oceana, Va. 

SftS 5 * 10 D^PT, BTORBS 

Oceana and Baysiiit, Va. 
Oceana, Virginia 

RUSSELL ft HOLMBB 

"Where Shopping h a Pteasuic" 
1908 Atlantic Ave. Vir^nia Beach 

C. W. WADE'S BSBO STAttdN 

Tires, Tubes, Autx} Aonssorics 

19th and Atlantic Avenue 

nione 6SS Viiginia Beach 

mH^T - BUIGK COMPANY 

Sales - Service — Body & Fender Work 

21st and Pacific Avenue 
Phone 484 Viiginia Beach 

KELLAM-EATON INSURANCC CO. 

Real Estate - Rentals - InsunuKe 

3113 Pacific Avenue 

Phone 156 Virginia Beach 

THE SRELIMMV BIBLE CLASS 

Scott Memorial Methodist Chardi 

Oceana, Virginia 

Welcomes You Each &nday Moming 

at 10 o'clodc 

NAESTAS FUNERAL HOlltt 

Igthai^. and Baltic Aveaiie 
Phone 2372 Virginia Beach 

C. E. VOBRCX^ 

Plumbing and Heaftng 

3Ht Street, Virginia Beach 

Phones: V. B. 153 NorfOft MA 2-4142 

C. »\ KADAS CQMPANiV 

. Manufacturers of "Alt Metid nmutore" 

livimmd. Mrch F^sreituie 

Upholstered Furaitare 

Ornamental Railings - ^ed Fabricators 

Ph<»e: V.B. 1742 OooMa. Va. 



POOD CARNIVAL 

30th St. and Arctic Avenue 
Virginia Beach 

JARVtS ft KITCHik 

General lasuranc*' < ■'.' " 
17lh & Pacific Ave. Pkoae )63 

ATLANTIC GROciiJl^ 

2306 Atlantic Avcn)ta 
Phone 70 Vii#iia Beach 

EMRHAE MOTORB 

Ford Sales and Servwe 
Virginia Beach, Virghlia 

LONDON BRIDGE SUPPLY CO. 

Hardware - Building Supplies 

Dupont Paints 

Telephone V.B. 2477 

OCEANA DRUGS 

Telephone 3212 
Virginia Beach Blvd., Oceana, Va. 

CHERRY - PEARS(H« 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Sawyer> r- • f^i . •. 
VIRGINIA BEACH BMKl»|r 
205 17th St. Vhiinia leach 

BRINKLEY^ smi^ BBtftVtDE 

•■Friendly Service Plus Quality Pqalncls'' 

31st Street and Baltic Avenue 
nione xmA Virginia Beach 

(H'B DOMINION PMCR ^f^ 

44tfa Street and C<A\ef Avenne 
N<Hf(rtk, Virgnite 

HiltTE TV SALES ft ^KVlOI 

••We Service All MalRs" 

Open 9.-B0 t(k 9:00 

Phone: Vui^Ha B^di 2S9i 

Va. BeacA Mvd. txMdoa Bii4ia, Va. 



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VIRGINIA eiACM SUN- NCW8, THURSDAY MAY 5, 1955 



SiaiON TWO 



Vim Mrt't liM frM Um^ 

tolMrt•U■i Of M Aaiffki 



'nte tilted StatM MUitary 
■t We^ ^omt to littic 



thiui 190 years (rid. although 
^nt ttaetf has been a mill- 
%tgf poit since 1771. The story of 
West Point's raeent history, half 
a eeattiry cf it. is heart-warming- 
\9 told iif fouT'tlme Aeamedy 
Awanf diraetor Johs Ford in his 
9CcMbular new film, "iQw Imm 
Otmf Line." stan^ Tyrone Po- 
wer and Maureen OUara in Cine- 
naae<9s and color by Teclmicolor. 
fllBMd ateaost entirely on loca- 
tloa at West Point, the ColunMa 
picture, vhleh comes to the Beach 
Th«stre next Wedne aday for a 
four-lhy showing, is baaed on the 
tme-ltfe Anna of a retired Army 
sergeant, one Marty Maher, who 
atrred as athletic trainer and as 
friend to generations of cadets. 
Maher first entered West Point 
Mstory as a young immigrant in 
1M3, when he was employed by 
the Military Academy as a wait- j 
tt. fit quickly discovered tnlisted 
ioen d:d not have to pay for the 
dtohm they broke, which he had 
to do as a civilian employee; he 
promptly enlisted in the army. 
Maher's career at the Point em- 



braMd three wars and 19,000 
"K>ns," the long gray line of ca- 
dets. 

In telling his ujifOrsettaMe 
true-as-Iife atory, lArfVrd found 
Toaoi for suc^ major and miitor 
moments of history aa the Army- 
Notre Dame game of 1913. when 
an unknown named Knute Rockne 
*'bontt>ed" (he Army to defeat 
with bJij, surprising new tactic, 
the forward pass: the graduation 
of the Class of 191S, which in- 
cluded a cadet who was to be- 
come President of the United 
States. Dwight D. Eisenhower, and 
the Sunday morning clMp^l ser- 
vice at which the Corps of Cadeta 
learned that, at that very mo- 
ment, the Japanese were staging 
their "sneak atttck" cm Pearl 
Harbor. 

Rcbert Pranels, Donald Crisp, 
Ward Bond, Betsy Palmer and 
Phil Carey star with Power and 
Miss O'mira in the picture. 



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TyrMe INwer playa • 
earn at Weal Peftrt la Jata 
rarTa ""TlM tA^m Ony Um," 
wMek ttnmm I* Om BtMh TlM- 
atoe far • f— r d a y nn b^tln- 
nlBf aest Waiaeatfay. The C«- 



The first steam schooner toullt 
and put into service on the West 
Coast is said to have been the 98 
Beda, hauling lunriKT, machinery, 
food and mail between Oregon 
and California. 



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2222 Atlantic Ave. 
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SUNDAY, MAY 8th 




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There is someone, somewhere, whose whole 
day would be brightened Just by an unex- 
pected telephone Call from you. Wherever 
that special person may be, your Long Dis- 
tance call can be put through quickly, easily, 
and at less cost than you might Imagine. 
And right now is the perfect time to do Itl 




Mlliiff taftMtrr 

Lxmg before today's trftctw was thought of, 
the "team" did the heavy wwk around the 
farm. And hard-working animals, trained to 
pull together, were cherfadted by the farmer. 
CO-iqieratlon was lOl-lmportant, if any drarra 
were to get done at all. Cb-opetmU^ Is all- 
Important, too, en your puty-Une tdeidMBe. 
When you thtaik of the other fdlow, vbA try 
to remMnber little thhigs like hanging up 
propniy after Mi«h call, th«:i service gets 
bettw UHl faster all along the line.. 




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Rehabilitation 
Program Gains 
Momentum 



A seven-point attack on the 
problem of rehabilitating «nd dis- 
charging long-term patients so 
they may return more quickly to 
community Ufe as useful citizens 
Is gaining momentum, in Veter- 
ans Admlniatratxn hospitals. 

.h^ prcbkm arises from the 
^ast that the number of veteran 
pat.ents with chronic disabilities 
has been Increasing in recent 
years, resulting in more "frosen" 
beds for loiw periods of time. 
..h.sJ- patients primarily are Older 
World War I v.terans. 

VA sa d t .s ac;:mp:ing to m. t 
.1. J ;r u m b> augm n^ ng m ...- 
cai treatment wl.h tha foLowing 
programs: 

(1) Medical rehabilitation of 
th9 "Whole mal^' so he will be 
ready physically and'v mentally, to 
..ave the hcsp.tal. 

(2) Vocational counseling to 
determins what Job he may fill 
aiioecaafully when finally out of 
.he hcapltal. 

\iS Trial visits outside of the 
hospital to determine whether he 
Is' ready again for community 
life. 

(4) fV)ster cafe in a home oth- 
er than his own where he can 
adjust himself to community liv- 
ing as a stepping stone to inde- 
pendefice. 

(6) Work enpedlence in the 
hospital as part of his medical 
treatment so he may develop work 
ricills or acquire work experience 
ih preparation f^r outside cm- 
plojriiieni. 

<8i Arrangements for home 
nursing care for the eligible vet- 
eran so he may leave the hospital 
eadier. 

(7) "Day" or "night" hospital 
for, the patient who still needs 
hospitalisation but who may leave 
the hocpital during the day to 
look for work or who may leave 
the hoEpital at night to stay at 
home. 

The medical rehabilltaUon pro- 
gram is directed not only to the 
prescribed treatment of a pa- 
t: nt's ds.-tol!ty. hv' s.ms t^" r~- 
store him to productive living In 
vh. community. Bg using all com- 
ponents "of physical med.cine and 
rehBibllitatlott (physical, occupa- 
tional, i-iucational, corrective and 
manual arts therepies), the pa- 
tient ^ helped to overcome his 
disaiblllties and to make use of 
his capahllltiea. 



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A nuBibcr of qimrlcs have been 
received by the Coaunlnion cf 
Oane and Intend PMicriea and 
the mrginia Division of Uw iBMk 
Walton League, co-spcmam of 
the eighth amioal WMW Sway 
Contest, as to wether the $400 
college acholardilp to be awarded 
the senior high mhcxA winner 
must be used at a ^rglnia col- 
lege. 

Wimam C. Kelfawr. chairman 
cf the contest, has e^laihed that 
while it is imended for me at an 
edueatiraal inatitathm wdthln the 
state. If the wlnnhic student has 
ilected a m»ior field <a study 
whMi m not availaUe in the cur- 
rjcolum of a Vbrgiida college, the 
scholarrtilp may be used at a 
sultaMe institution out of the 
state. 

The final i^Mse cf the Juicing 
s about to start and the Gov- 
ernor win make the presentation 
of amirds to lop wimwrs in grade 
5 through 12 during mecial cere- 
monies at the Capitol on May 20. 



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Navy Offered 
College Wofiwni 

This year's w(»nen college grad- 
uates, members of the junicH- class 
and past graduates have again 
been offered the opportunity of 
obtaining commi^ons aa WAVE 
officers in the United States Navy. 

Through the (rffieer eancUdate 
prognm for women, the Navy is 
provided annually with a group 
of trained officers who are capa- 
ble of leadli^ large grou{» of wo- 
men in event at m(^ization. 

Senior students and eollege 
graduates who apfriy for and are 
accepted in the program wll be 
ordered to Newport. R. I., for 8 
weeks of offker candidate train- 
ing. Upon completion, they will 
be commissioned Reserve officers 
with the rank of ensign, and will 
undergo eight additional weeks of 
officer training at Newport. 

Juniors who enter the program 
will be required to take the officer 
candidate training during their 
summer vacation. They will re- 
turn to school in the fall and will 
be commissioned ensign upon 
graduation from college. They 
will then be ordered to Newport 
for their officer training. 

Commissions are offered to 
women in both the general line 
and Supply Corps. Supply officers 
receive five months of training at 
Athens, Oa. 

1 ^ 1 I •- .« A '"'* WAVE •officers will be re- 

ley, Cal., July W. 1913, when it [quired to spend 24 months on ac- 
soared to 134 degrees 






Plans to conduct the secMKi an- 
nual Teen-A«e Driving Roail-e-o | (>e«n 



said T. P. OoweU has 
genend ehaltmim of 



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TEMPBBATiniES 

Lowest temperature recorded in 
the United States was at River- 
side Ranger SUtlon. iTelknrstone 
National Park, Pebruary 9, 1933, 
when the mercury fell to 08 Itelow 
aero. The highest temperature was 
at Greenland Ranch. Death Val 



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tive duty following their com- 
missioning. They will be assigned 
duties 'ns'ds the contin-ntal Unit- 
ed States. 

Purther information concem- 
.ng the program may b3 obtained 
by contacting the nearest Naval 
rrcruiters or Officer Procurement 
office. 



at the Suif C1uS> parking k>e on 
Saturday. May 7 at 9:30 a. a. 
have been completed by the Vir- 
ginia Beach Junior Chamber c/1 
Commerce. 

The Road-e-o will consist of a 
written mamlnation and a skill 
test involv.ng driving thnMHh 
prescribed exercises such as park- 
ing, smooth stopping and otters. 

The local winner in this na- 
tional Jaycee contest will be eli- 
gible to compete in the state 
Road-e-o on .hine 11 in Roanoke. 
State winners compete for $3,000 
in scholarshlpa in a naltonal con- 
test July ^-28 in Washington, 
D. C. 

Mmard Nations, local Jaycee 

RewOffieeriFtr 
Beach Jayceet 

The Junior Chamber of Ctmi- 
merce will hold an installation 
banquet and dance at the Port 
Story Officers Chiib on May 28 

Howard Nations, sales manager 
for the Brooks-Shorter Motor 
Company, has been elected res- 
ident. He succeeds Dr. Howard D. 
Kahn, Beach (q;>tometrist. 

Other cff leers elected include: 
C. Lynn Clements and Bill Ro- 
bertson, vice-presidents; William 
A. Gietz, secretary: Ralph Stacy, 
treasurer, and H. O. Erhard. Jr., 
Ralph A. Midgctte, Jr., P. T. So- 
w;ll and W. P. D:ds?n, Jr.. di- 
rectors. 



tiie Moad-e-o. "By emriuirtsing 
the rules of the RM(d and ^ dcltt 
needed for tuSe driving, we In- 
tend to ghw local youths a ehaaee 
to prore that «ome of AaMrim's 
b^ drivers are teen-agers." lia- 
t.oia said this week. 

ILast yeay 260.000 tetn-agers 
UxA part in Te«i-A«e Road-e-o 
In more than a thowand towiM 
and cities. Spoi^mv of the Na- 
tiomd Teen-Age Road-e-o are the 
U. 6. J^^eees, Uberty Mutual hi- 
surance eowpanies and American 
Tnwking Associations, Itoe. 



Th? aRltude of the Skyline 
Drive varies from S95 feet feet at 
Its northern entrance to 3,880 at 
Ocyland. 



eeasUlo Park. poptiMr 
meni eenter at VirgMa Bitah, 
..UI launch tts liOft mrntem on 0at- 
wday, May 38, with a g^ntte 
fircwoifn dlsi^iy. 

Onpentert, painOSfs aAd w- 

kHtt ride wophiil cs havo htt& 
working aH winin- hi i>r< > in >l ten 
<tm the re-opc«iif . Mmy ^9Mesll 
chai«es are plamud sad dso two 
new rides are being w a dl t tf far 
the area at the present time. Om 
of the new rides has lAwadr ImM 
placed in portion at Um «kmt 
cf the park at 31st Streei aad 
AitlanUc Avenw. tt will oofcuPT 
Uie tarmtt site of the carpet gctf , 
which is being eliminated this 
season. 



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There are 70 parking overkxAs 
on the Skyline Drive-. 



More than 1.000 scientists and 
3,000 technicians are new working 
n r.'5Earch sponsored by the 
/msrcsn C?n:er Sccitty. 



Admiral Tranifer 
and Storage Go. 

Has moved to 410 - 18th at. 

(Comar tSth and Btltic) 

NEW 1007» FIREPROOF 

WAREHOUSE with ALL 

MODERN FACILITIES 

CALL: 30S5 



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^ FRIDAY ♦ SATURDAY 

MAY 6 THROUGH 7 
-:- DOUBLE FEATURE -:- 

'THE SLEEPING TIQEII'' 

DIRK BOGARDE —.—.—. ALEXIS SMitH 

"STRANGER from TEXAS" 

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SUNDAY ♦ MONDAY 

AAA/ 8 THROUGH 9 

"LONG JOHN. SILVER" 

:?OBE ,T NEWTON -;-:- CONNIE GILCHRIST 



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TUESDAY^WEDNESDAY^THURSDAY 

MAY 10 THROUGH 12 

''ON THE WATERFRONT'' 

AAA.<LON BRANDO -:-:- EVA MARIE SAINT 



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AAAY 5 THROUGH 7 

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MAY a THROUGH 10 




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with us. The cost is mere pennies per week. 

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SERVING VIRGINIA'S FASTEST CROWING COUNTY" 



VOLUME XXX. NO. 17 



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MiiiitarfM FrM Vsilm Or'Miital CtmtriM 1^ 
Be GmiU at 1ft Ammal UtM Fettival Here in Jiily 



VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1955 

IN BLOSSOM PARADE 



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If aH CAM iveil. tfcnHaHM 
fram variMM Oriental COTmtrtea 
wW be interversetf amonir the 
k«nw«d ««ei^ at the first ah- 
mm Lakw restHat t* be aiaged 
at Vhvinis Beaeh Jaly 22-29. 

Pesthral week will coincide 
wKh the annaal UMimtaf per- 
iod of the wIM American iiota* 
wMch MooHM hi great iN>ofn- 
MMn hi a hurie marrii area ien 
than a nMe infaiml from nearby 
Sand BrMge. 

The Lotos Pestiral, to be 
spomiored by the y«ir-oid Cape 
Henry Woman's Ctab, is de- 
sirned to conserve the nnnsnal 
httns garden, perhaps the larg- 
est remalninc growth of its 
k'nd fai Amertea. 

Hesiiital Day I 
Beins Observed 

The sUff of Virginia Beach 
Hospital will observe National 
Hospital Day — May 12 with 
s.j.cial exhibits for members of 
the "Puture Nurses' Club" of 
Princess Anne High School. 

Iht "Puture Nurses' Club' is 
ccin;}o.sed of students fr.^m the \ 
eihth grade and High School ; 
who are interested in the profcs- 
sitn of nursing as a, career. j 

Exhiibits will be prepared by 
the Nurses of tht Hoipital in the 



The Virginia Beach Chamber 
of Commerce to lending a hand 
in arranging the festival pro- 
gram, which win be ellm*fed 
with a Lotos BaU at the Surf 
Club on the night of Jaly 29. 
A diversity of oJ.'ier events, In- 
clndlng the selecthm and erawn- 
In? of a Lotas Queen .mil piT- 
kHlIc excursions to the gar- 
dens, will be toiter«pcrscd on the 
eight-day program. 

James L. Kltchln, Chamber 
prcsic^ent. sees no reason why 
the festival should not attract 
flower fanciers frtim all over 
the niitlon. On invitation will be 
extended to diphnnais of Far 
Eastern eovntries. many of 
wh'ch .hold the lotus in high re- 



verence, to iKirtietpate in the 
events. 

Mrs. Cecil H. Reed, d^ his- 
torian, who Is serving as gen- 
oral chairman of the fettival. is 
convinced after a ycar'^ re- 
search, that t'le gardens con- 
tain the last anbstantial growth 
of the American Yellow I^otos 
In the coantry. 

The Cape Henry Woman's 
Clnb has Interested State Con- 
servation nothnritles hi perpM- 
Hating (he letns to the potoit 
that a transpbinting project 
wHI be nndertaken biter Cils 
year. 

Pale golden in color, the 
many petaled flower broadens 
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FOUR CANDIDATES TO 
BE HEARD TONIGHT AT 
ORGANIZATION RALLY 



PROCLAMATION 

As Mayor of the City of Virginia Beach and 
through the powers invested in me as such, I, Frank 
A. Djsch, do hereby declare and proclaim the week 
of July 22nd through July 29th as "Lotus Festival 
Week," and urge all our citizens to interest themselves 
in thiR worthy projfjct. 

S FRANK A. DUSCH 
Mayor 



Prank W. Kellam, president of Knritan National, 
t!<king part in the 28th .Apole Bhr'wm Festival parade in Win- 
chester, Virginia, reecntly. With Kellam Is James L. Given j, dis- 
trict governor, Rapptihannock IHstriet, RnrHan National. Mrs. 
I. N. Lawrence, of Oceana, is dr vlng the sleeli convertible. 



the Nurses 01 int HOI piiai in in» ! *,•" W% %%/'IIL I I 

following departments: X-Ray. | A jf PQf^e 0356 Will DC MOSl tO 

Expbrers Armed Forces Weekend 



Laboratory. Operating Room 
mergency and Diet Kitchen. 

A moving picture "Career. Msd- 
ical Technology" will be presented 
at th£ Virginia Beach High School 
by Mr. Joseph Killen and Mrs. 
Peggy White. Technologists at 
Virginia Beach Hospital wilh the 
hofw of interesting High School 
Hu<lM)t8 In the career of Labora- 
tory Techticrtogy. 

l|j|M AflatQCk,, Superintendent 

the nurslnig staff will be pleased 
tj receive aily visitors and ac- 
.'taint them with the facilities of 
;he Hospital. 



Tidewater Council Explorers will 
mcbilize for their annual Explorer 
Rendesvous at Little Creek Perry 
terminal. Little Creek, at 6:30 a. 
m.. Saturday, May 14. From 2M 
to 300 Exiplorers are expected to 



encamp for the weekend at the 
Cape Charles Air Force Base, 
south of Kiptcipeke Beach on the 
tip of the Eastern Shore. 
Whtte there, a full schedule of 
ICnnttaned on Page Five) 



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Mrs* A^ T. Moore 
Elected to Head 
Garden Club 

At the May meeting of the Bay 
Colony Qardm Club Mrs A. T 
Moore was elected to the office of 
president t jr tiic Cwunaig ciuu 
year. 

Other officers chosen were: 

Mrs. L. O. Clark, Jr. firE.t vice- 
president; Mrs. Jam38 Van Loan, 
secchd viee-presld' nt; Mrs. Har- 
old Hitter, correspond-ng secre- 
tary; Mis. William Qilli^m, re- 
cording secretary, and Mrs. Em- 
Mett Fogle, treasurer. 

Mrs: L3Uis Quy introduced Mrs. 
Gilmore Tilbrook. president of the 
Virginia Beach Council of Oar- 
den Clubs, who gave a talk on the 
proeress of the Bay Colony Oar- 
den Clubi along with some new 
idees for the club for the coming 
year. 

Tlie n:wly-clected officers will 
be installed at the club's annual 
luncheon meeting in Juhe. At this 
meeling all members will wear 
hats made Of or decorated with 
flowers. 

M.S. Carl PorEto:':ig and Mrs. 
Preston Hix Judged the modem 
and miniature arrangements ex- 
hibited by members. The following 
r;ijb3ns were awarded: 

Mre. A.- T. Moore, gold; Mrs. 
Henry Euler, Mrs. William' Tig- 
nor, Mrs. R. C. D;al and Mrs. E. 
H. Renn, blue; Mrs. Hall Snell- 




Juiiier Women 
SeektoRe-iteck 
WeKare Bank 

The Junior Woman's Club of 
Prinotss Aiuie County will col- 
lect used clothing all this wek 
thru Sunday 15th. to restock the 
"Welfare Bank", Mrs. James 
Johnson of tne committee has 
announced. 

Clothing of all kinds and bed 
linens are medtd. However, chil- 
dren's clothing in all sizes are 
especially needed. 

Please check your clothes while 
storing your winter things and 
bringing cut your summer ap- 
I parel. The bank needs all those 
I dirsarded and out-grown clothes. 
All clothes shoifld be cleah and 
In good wearing ccmditton. 

All churches In the county and 
Vltvlnla Seaeh will have con- 
tainers for the clothing brought 
to the church on Sunday ISth. 
An Suptr markets have contain- 
ers placed also for donations 
made during the week. Any other 
contr.butions made will be pick- 
d uip by calling; Mrs. James 
Johnson - 1807, Mrs. John Den- 
nis - 3977. Mrs. James Batcheler 
- 2732-M. for the Va. Beach and 
County Area. 

Mrs. %e tarscn - 2749-J. will 
arrange pickup of donations for 
the Oceana Area. 

The club urges you to help! 
Today! The Wel'are Bank is low! 



Impressive Cast 
Will be Seen in— 
"Father of Bride" 



Howard E. Parks, manager of Barton's Jcwelera on Atlantic 
'"■nue, IS shorn rr.:scntliig Jeweled keys to two seniors of the 
Virginia Beach High Srhdol. The local Jewelry firm presented the 
pins to eaf 't senior of the school's graduating class. Shown receiv- 
ing pins are Robert Hndson Green, president of the senior class. 
i«n.) I.on;! Katherlne Hutsenplller, valedictorian of the graduating 
class. Looking on Is Mrs. Susan Buskey. Clerk. (Simmons Photo) 

Local Chapter Stresses Need for 
Work Among State's Mentally III 

Those interested in mental i the recommendation that the 
health are convinced that too few 1 State Capital Outlay Study Com- 
Pecple have concerned themselves | "IJ"?"!':! '^l.TTl.t.J^l 



with the problem in the past, and 
they are calling attention to that 
fact this week and the next two 
weeks as the nation observeii Men- 
tal Health Week. 



allocation of funds to establish a 
mental hospital for children. 

As one person who is interested 
in mental health pointed out. one 
out of every ten childi-en born in 
the United States will, at some 
time during his life, need treat- 



Playing the title role in "Pa- 
ther of the Bride." the comedy 
by Caroline Pranikt. based on 
the novel by Edward Streeter, 
which will be presented by the 
Virginia Beach Little Theatre 
May 23-24. Comdr. Andrew Reid. 
known to the theatre as Andy, 
ccntinues an interest in amateur : 
theatricals begun during college ! 
days. He has worked with the Lit- 
tle Theatre in Monterey. Califor- 
nia, and in Pensacola, Floridly, 
where he played in "Night of . 
January 16th." At the Quonset I 
Point Little Theatre he appeared \ 
in the Footloose Musical Review, i 
and with his wife Madeline, who 
plays ihe mother of the bride, he 
organised the Uttle Thehtre at 
flu«nta«ionio Bay. Among tli* 
t>lays In which he apwawtd at 
Orantanomo Bay was "Arsenic 
and Old Lace," which wife Made- 
line d>e;tcd, and in which he 
p.ayed the role of Teddy. Reid 
has a d finite flair for comedy, 
which he is given ample oppor- 
tunity t'j d m'-r.jlrate in "Father 
of the Bride." 

Madeline Reid, in the rrle of 
Mctho-r. has an impressive back- 
ground of experience. As a ser- 
geant in the Aiiny during the 
war, she played in the Maxwell 
Field Rrcruiting Show, touring 
the. southern states. She has 
played with the Norfolk Little 
Theatre in "Trial of Mary Du- 
gan." the Pensecola Little Theatre 
in "Twin Beds," "Stage Door," 
and a nun;b?r of one-act plays, 
with the Monterey Little Theatre, 
and with Dan Totheroh's Wharf 
Theatre in Monterey California. 
With the Quonset Point Little 
Theatre rhe directed such shows 
as "Fumed Oak." and "Ladies in 
R:tir-3ient." This is the third 
show in which Andy and Made- 
line Reid have appeared together. 

"Father of the Bride," directed 
by Mrs. Arthur Masury, is a riot- 
ous comedy about the uos and 
d:wns of tlie Banks family dur- 
ing the "^x oaraticns for the mar- 
riage of May Banks. The bride, 

June" isT'A'moTorlst' has no P'ayfd hy Pat Wade, will be au- 
thentically dressed by Cynthia 
Lee. Bridal Consultant of the 
Brid3's Shop, Rice's. 

One-half proceeds from the ad- 
vance sale of tickets will go to 



Beach Youth Dies 
In Car Crash 

Nineteen year old Allen Lee 
Cason, of 212 Fifth Street, Vir- 
ginia Beach, was dead on arrival 

i at the Virginia Beach hospital 

I late Monday night as a result 
of injuries sustained in an auto- 
mobile accid-nt near Camp Pen- 
dleton. 

Young Cason was a i»ssenger 
n a car driven by Dsnnle Von 
Allen, a memlber cf the Armed 
Forces. According to investigating 

' police Von Alkn lost control of 
the automobile and crashed into 
a utility pole. 
Von Allen suffered minor bni- 

"^"ises about the face and body. I*o 
Alien, of Virginia B?ach. another 
passenger, is in the Virginia 

, Beach hospital with kg and hip 
injuries. Hl.s condition Is report- 
ed as fine. 

Cason was a native of Virginia 
Beach and attended Oceana and 
Virginia Beach High. Schools. He 



Road-e-o 
WiniMrt 



The ttUhmtm 
been mnonaMeed hi the 
Cbnnber of Com«erec 
lored Rend-E-O eMtcst 
May 7 at the Smt Bench OiA: 
First Ptaee— JaaMs D. ftagne, 
Jr.: Second Ptaee— irftan tee 
Perry ; Third Phwe — Robert 
Gngcne Rea. 

The fbst ptaee wfamer re- 
cetred a 129 laTlnf s bend and 
the second ^aec winner re- 
ceived s ea.''i sward. 



tne 



Beach HeitTe^ 
Trade Meeting 
Octeber 12-13 

The Virginia World Trade Con- 
held this year at 



was a mendjer of the Virginia ference will be ^,_^_ ,, _ 
Beach Methodist Church. Vlrj.nla Beach on October ia-13. 

Surviving are his parents. Clif- That was the decision yesterday 
ton S. and Mrs. Sadie Allen Oa- of the World Tradt Committee of 
3on; three brothers. Cltftwi W. i ' e Virginia SUte , Chaniber of 
Cason. USAP: Ronald Rue Caeon 1 Commerce. ^ _^ . ^ 

and Aubrey W. Cason, at l^rflAia One of the SUte Chaiirt»er s big 
Beach. I annual undertakings, the event 

Funeral services will be con- *tings together foreign and do- 
ducted today at the Virginia m?>tlc trade representatives from 
Beach Methodist Church by the throughout the country. 
Reverend C Stanley Lowdl. pa«- Richard S. ReynoWa 
tor. Burial will be In the Forest j Richmond, chairman o: 
Lawn Cemetery. Norfolk. (Contlaned on Pun E'tMl 



ine first pi*ile m Mm 
"ortd 'riy Or;?anliHittei» 
is V. .r.al J for tonight in 
Vir?.nia Bf.i'h Mffh fk-hixJ 
tor.iim and in real to 
hi?h um..ng followwa <tf. 
group. 

The battle fjr offiwa hi 
county will be decided » i 

' Demccratk; primary to be Htm. 
July 12th and ami* ' 

\ candidates have held nttni 
lie meetings. 
C jponents of the 

, have attacked UK 

I scv.ral anflea ^Mt ^^ 
touched on the qunliftaitlo M^ef 
the candidates, lh«M«lwa. ftt 
first anti-or^anhHitl«B uO aA.m^ 
leveled at Princess Ami» Cnmtm 
Circuit Court Judge PKi»rf P 
Kei.am. 

Lalf r the antl ?roup Wmitf 
lie a purport d f f cortl^ telep 
conversation between Oiie ti Ml 
can.'idates, L. B. Walfc*r. who ■► 
running for treasurer, and 'fli^ 
mas P. tittle, a Virginia ^^ 
resident. Theae attMka kuN 
aaimd widespread ptiMldty lb 
the press, but ito f alut to Wm 
opposition troop tm » Jbft A «•»• 
tioned in mtnf 4Mtf(iM. 

Tonight's neetttw eMe pram- 
ise of reUliatkm Dy Hbt ftfiHl- 
lation force* and afl tmff (MMl- 
dgtet for eofHtttaOowt idHtUt 
are listed to rwnk. iMiL l Higi 
are that the SH-s^at wOifl «■*§• 
to-lun uriU hd fnM t» mUMB 
and that the meeUnt Htfl W t 
sUMMUnr room on^ dflMr. 
rn addition to the iNM wjg | t 




Stth riNT OF BLOOD 



Johnson Warns 
Of Inspections; 
Asks Cooperation 

Chief of Police * Reeves E 
Johnson today issued this warn- 
ing and invited Virginia Beach 
motorists to coopcfaxe with the 
statewide Insr'eBttwi irrsr'im to 
put the city's automobiles in 
srood mechanical rendition. This 
official vehicle m^'ntenance pro- 
gram is being condu?ted for pas- 
senger cars from May 1 through 




the World ^ the fiatem ahatt, fiW. Ii 
sseking lli«ND3l9 arsft 
on the tflatdlKtt. AMrlfJ 
if)w^jMjjrr*ada O^mh 

OrtaidiaiMftJ 
to 4pe«Ji j yi il ljt we t . 
itherldte. eMiifck tm 
•r: Ivati O. Iiid«. iai 
ecniiniMlone# ot lft# 
John C. Malt, eg ^ 
iff: cntf RcMrt i. 
Jr.. canffdRU Uk 
urealth's atMHttjr. 




Pre-School AAtcdni 



Mrs, 



A patient at the Virginia Beach Hospital slnee laat Fetamary. 
Ella McAllister la shown above recelvttic her Iweniir-clthth 
pint of blood reecntly. Looking on In back nw are Lean Minns. 
Cliff Baker and Curtis Ranseur. The nttHela Mrs. NMrMa Maencray 
and the tei 'inlcian is Joe Kitlrn. Thb Meed is aupo'led from the 
p»ff rrn%f blood bank. The Moodmohlle whieh gaUier* thla bload 
will visit the Seatack KtemenlaiY Bchnol next llittrtday. May 12th, 
to reuienisli the blood supply In the bank. 



• A pre-schOol dink and 
tratlrn for thlldrcn nrho tMll' 
ter the WlAonkMiy T. 
School next Septeodieri aritt 
held on Mdndar. Mar ll«. 
10:30 to lS:Od •tVock. 

The clinle la for all clttklrati i 
to enter the ashool at tiie 
a'ng of the fall tettn. tliat la. . 
will be six fmn old or oMir tk 
or before Octeber 1. 

ppclntttienta wdt be madi Mtt 
May 1«. for the iNrt-aehoot dlldl 
held on Majr it-It. 

Mlaa Maibel tttamekta. 
hcal^i nurae, will be on mw M 
th« school May it-It to ttvt iiiy 
tnncculationa or booatcr t^im M 
those who ne.d them bcAMfi tMiy 
start s>3hool In the fall. 



The need for caring fdr the 
mentally ill has been parUcularly j ^^t fJra mentaY'disortiel-. 
great in Virginia and it has been | 
only in recent years that vigorous I ^"^i** chapters have yearly 



ings and Mrs. William Womack. i -— " . . — .. — i „i«„„-,j ~ww,;«i »»»«».».. »« .«-.» 

red; Mrs. Nere Day and Mrs. John ' ^'^^^^ have been taken to relieve I ?>««««» special programs to spot 



Matliews, yellow. 

Hjstes^s for the meeting were 
Mrs. Tlf nor, Mi-s. Snsllinas and 
Mrs. Fogle. 



th: situation. 

Only recently a special state 

committee making a study ^f ju- 

I venile delinquency came up with 



TIDE SCHEDULE 

FOR VIRGINIA BEACH AND CAPE HENRT 

Sun High Water Low Water 

Day and date Rise Set AM PM AM PM 

Thursday, May 12 4:59 7:02 11:31 5:24 5:23 

P:-iday. May 13 * 4:58 7:03 •11:4S 12:18 6:06 6:17 

Siturcay. May 14 4:57 7:04 12:35 1:13 6:55 7:18 

Sindey, May 15 4:56 7:05 1:32 2:10 7:47 8:28 

Mondi y. May 16 4:65 7:06 2:32 8:07 8:43 9:26 

Tuesday. Mav 17 4:55 7:06 3:32 4:06 9:38 10:M 

Wednosday. May 18 4:54 7:07 4:31 5:01 10:33 11:25 

Ihurslay, May 19 4:53 7:08 5:28 5:56 11:27 . . 

To omam times of high or low water x^em i^Mve times: 

Lytinlwven add 20 minutes 

Ocesm View add 45 minutes 

Okl Prrtnt _. ._ add « minute 

OreBMi miet subtract 45 minutes 



light the pro(>km during Mental 
Health Week, the Nwfirtk-Prin- 
cess Anne Chapter of the Virginia 
Mental Health Associaticm has 
constantly fought for more state 
(Contlnned on Page Two) 



Cavalier Garden Club 
Gels National Award 

Ihe Cavalier Oardcn Club has 
received a national award for 
their Christmas flcwer show 
"Christmas All Thru The Hcuae." 
accordii^r to ah announce nent 
ma<te by Mrs. James H. Aiams 
at the annual meeting of the Vir- 
ginia Federation of Oantai 'Chd» 
held in Roanoke !a^ FVlday. 

The Cavalier Club win hold 
its fiiul meeting of the year on 
MDMMtey, MKy 16, at the Sir Wal- 
ter HoMl. Luncheon will precede 
the neeUng. 



more right to drive a mechani- 
cally unsafe car than he has to 
walk dO'Wn the street brandish- 
ing a loaded revolver," the chief 
Tiid. "In fact," he continued, 
thp unsa<fe car could be the 
greater menace, since its lethal 
nat'ire is less obvious.' 
pointed out that the 
didn't kncer my brakes were In 
such bad shape." doesn't excuse 
a fatal automcbile crash any 
more than the alibi "I didn't 
know the gun was loaded." ex- 
cuses a fatal shootiri!?. 

"It's every dvivei's duty to 
kncfw exactly *hat condition his 
automcblle is In. and- there's no 
excuse for ignorance on this 
point." Johnson said. 

i Arcord'ng to Chief •T'-hnson a 
I driver should keeip check'n? hi<^ 



PTA for its annual scholarship 

Johnson awaixl of $200.00. Tickets may be 

alibi. "I purchased from members of the 

PTA. at the High Sohool and at 

Jard's. 25th and Atlantic. 



car constantly for thp more cb 
vicus danger points. This is ea«!V Chesapeake 
and simple, he said. A quick walk Center, 
'rfnnd the car ran show if the 
lights are working. The wind- 
shield wioer. the horn and the 
mirror can toe checked from the 
driver's seat. A brief examination 
of his tires will disclose excessive 
wear. I>w^ of brake efficiency 



shows up in ordinary driving. ; y^jj^p District of Girl Scouts, a 

But no driver, the Chief said, 1 volunteir trainer in Girl Scout 
^louUl be satisfied with these | Leader's program, traininsr chair- 
surface checks. He s>«onM hav° j man of tlie Virginia Tidewater 
his car checked regularly toy a ' Area Council of Girl Scouts, and 
quaMied medianic. On these j among other activities, leader of 
checfca Johnson said the follow- Girl Scout Troop 202 for the past 
(OaaMmwd on Page Seven) > ( C ow tfaitd on Page Two) 



Troop 61 Takes 
Camporee Honoi 

Boy Scout Troop 61, of Virginia 

Beat!, demonstrated Its progress 

the Virginia Beach High &^hool ^"^ ^^e Camporee recently held at 

the May Farm on Uttle Neck 
Road in a competition of 41 pa- 
trols from throughout Princess 
Anne County. 

Patrols were Judged on camp- 
ing, cooking, pack, uniforms, ap- 
pearance, leadership, discipline, 
etc. Parol scores were: 

Panther Patrol. Billy Cox. pa- 
trol Itad.r. score 440 points, blue 
ritbon first awai-d. 

Hawk Patrol, Charles Stet>han. 
405 points, 
blue ritbon first award. 

Tiger Patrol, Andy Hobson, pa- 
trol leader, score 400 points, blue 
rlibbon first award. 

Cctora Patrol, Burt Bassett. pa- 
trol leader, score 390 points, red 
ritbon second award. 

The HMior Court ohonred Lar- 
ry Reece of 408 52nd Street, wn- 
ior patrol leader, with the Star 
Scout award last night, it was 
announced by Harvey D. Patter- 
son. Jr., scoutmaster. 

Troop 61 will make a moantiiin 
camping trip to the 8lH9«ndo 
Lake. George Wadiington Nation- 
al Forest on the Mue Ridge Park- 
way June 10-13. 

The troop Is sponsored by CMl- 
I^r^Gpiacopal Church. 



Motorittt Are Urged to Have Oin 
Inspected In Advanee of OeailMi 



. ^ 



Mrs.H.A.Hedley 
Honored by Club 

The Chesapeake Beach Worn- , . 

ans Club elected Mrs. H. A. Hed- , .P?*"»V.l*»***!:: **"* 



ley. of Lake Bradford Drive. Its 
outstanding club woman of the 
year at a meeting Tuesday at the 
Beach Community 



Mrs. Hedley was cited for her 
; work in the community twt es- 
i pecially for 1 er work in the Girl 
I Scout organizaticn. since the club 
I .'oonsors girl scouting as a part 
i cf its youtli program. She is as- 
I sistant chairman of the Prin.ess 



With the opoiing al the of 
ficlal spring motor irehlcle in 
specUoh May I. Caitnin R. R. 
King. SUte PttUee Sidety Offi- 
cer, again nrgid atateriata nat 
to wait until the laat mbmte he- 
fore presenting their vehhilea far 
inspection. 

"We have a»»ratlnMl*ly t.t«l 
(rfRclal stotlans and 9.t«l cer- 
tified mechaidea 10 do the Job." 
he saM. "bat evM tfccae will not 
he enonth to take care of the 
owners who lUsiMliy Jam Ihe 
stetloiiB darhit Ae hurt tew 
days of the perM." 

Paaaenier Mra «rUI be In- 
spected until mMnlfbt taae It. 
and tracks darter tt« aMln 
mMitk M Inly. ca»iidia KRw 
was emr^atlc te UmA tteie 
conM be no exIcarfMa af tte 
period in either 
drivtaig 

the new red aUeher titer 
deadline wlH he snbject 1^ ar- 
rest. I 

The nwtnt oC nic aHekstr wffi 
bear a aawaai 
the nnManal 



be in ia««elrain ttoMMaMil Mur 
arcekeni liMntli lAbi» M^^ 

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tegahaiMM. bfe caiiliMiima. 
wiih ika 1 1 1 tmm ndaHiin at Hb 
Natlanal SaeMy aff AwMiMillft 

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VIRGINIA UACH SUN- NlWS, THUKMY, MAY \2, ]<m 






Meet mNorfdk 



Some 300 rtatauFsnt owners, 
Mfeii^rs, rznployees and other 
MmI aervke operator* in Tlcfe- 
iMer Virginia are expected to 
itM in Norfolk t(X the (fliftrtet 
Ht^ini cf ttie Virginia R^au- 
itm AiacctaUcn on MM^hy and 
fmari^y. 9^ons ol the meetixie 
in be held durii« the vtrm- 
m$m of both days at 2:30 pJH.. 
H^ niflht sesalcn at »:09 pJll.' 
ikm^y night. Headquarters for 
tt* Meeting will be the Canary 
Mom c: BurroHgh's Oraikby St. 
HiMaurant. 

Ikadline speaker will be H. L. 
director of food service 
eaticn for the Vulcan-Hart 
MMtitfacturlm Conupany ot 
,|«^mrllle. Wortz will h<ave the 
tM program for the two day dls- 
Wtct meetli^ conducting a, re- 
ftMher course on "The Practical 
tide of Restaurant Operation." 

The meetiiv is expected to be 
em ol the largest ot its kind in 
te State, and all food service 
eperatOTs, wliether they are as- 
ioeiatkm members or not, are in- 
ffted to attend. Wortz is nation- 
•Hr known food consultant. In 
file past year. he has appeared in 
10 ttates and Canada to present 
lita illustrated demonstrations to 
llMntHinds Off food service owners, 
MSittgers and employees. He was 
• featured speaker at the Vlr- 
ttma Restaurant Association's 
Mate-wide convention at Rich- 
fliond last fall. 

Mr. Wortz will be accompanied 
to the Norfolk Distrtet meeting 
by Archie F. Parrish, of Roanoke, 
yretident of the State Association, 
«nd Walter P. Witt, the Associa- 
(ton Executive Vce President. 

In addition to his appearances 
In Norfolk. Mr. Wortz has accept- 
ed a special invitation to address 
llie Virginia Beacti - Princess 
Anne County food service opera- 
tors on Tuesday night at 8:00 
pm. at the Virginia Beach High 
i»»ol. While Mr. Vfartz is in 
ViKginia, he will preafiit his de- 
iDcnistrations at Virginia Restau- 
rant Association district meetings 
Id Richmond, Colonial-Heights - 
I'eienAnirg, Roanoke and Bristol. 



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VMrOaeChib 

Swigs in NarMk 

The ^tvinia MUltuy tMi- 
tute Olee CM> will return to Mor- 
foK for a concert at 8 P. M. »t 
Kalr Auditmim. 

Hi the 19 iMn imit are Jk^n 
O. TtmUm, Ol of v« 
tXm W. CUtitar^ Jlr. tt 
•each Mid 



0f VMBMi 



The 8fM9' eandottN br €W»- 

HiiiAi umt 

ITciWTX 



Shown above are Miplli 
reeNal May 28 at tke f irgtaife Beacb Wth Sefeool aponsored by 



^ show wiD be repeated on May 27 at tke Melton Part Seho«»I kt iiJil lii ; Itft ft mM, 9tm 
l#dley, n^Mte MaAl, Diane WflMn. Lontee Kalney. Mary Loa Jari. febrtiM tieg*», Nailey Lee ami 
nit Sfwatt. 




Gerald Goldberg 
Of Beach Wins 
"Today" Contest 

Ck>rakl M. Ooldtterg of the staff 
of the Virginia Beach Theatre- 
Oo-Bound, has been declared the 
winner of the Dave Oarroway 
"Today" contest which conclud- 
ed April ai under the sponsorship 
of the Virginia Beach Chamber 
of Commerce and television sta- 
tion WVEC of Hampton. 

Goldberg's letter, which dealt 
with the many historic shrines, 
naval population, the mammoth 
port of Hampton Roads, and the 
wonderful sun and bathing at 
Virginia Beach, was climaxed in 
his closing statement: "Tidewater 
is tiie Old and New Dominion, the 
grand heritage and the bright fu- 
ture that symbolize America." 

J. Leo Hoarty, chairman of the 
Judging committee, also an- 
announced the second place win- 
ner to be William M. dnlder of 
404 22nd Strefet, and third plao6 
winner BiUie Dawley, of London 

«n|Hpl.j«ceiired 4 $100 sav- 
tik^ tXm on a television pn- 
itim at 13 hoon Tuesday, which 
thU tetMuteast over WVBC-TV. At 
tiit auUe time all other winners in 
ihe 'tidewater area representing 
Kotfdtk, Portsmouth, Hampton 
and Nenrport N«w9, also received 
their iitipirds. Tht itrintiitig letter 
from eAch vicinity haH been for- 
tirarded to Dave Oarraway in New 
tork for his Jtidgliig And the win- 
ning 'tidbwater entry will rwMve 
a vacatit»i for two and apitear 
on the "Today" television show. 
Second and third pMce winners 
received $80 and |2S ntvings 
bonds. ^ 



Mn. Nedlty 

(Ca aUnaed from PMe One) 

six years. 

Mrs. Hedley is active Jn tht 
Parent-Tcaoher Association of the 
Cttielton Park School. She is a 
memAier of the congregation of 
Old Donation Church and a 
teacher in its church school. 

The club voted to hold its an- 
niversary dinner and husbands 
night at the Pine Tree Inn in 
OctoMr. 

The president, Mrs. E. A. Hud- 
son, announced that the Men's 
Club would hold a dance at the 
OonuntlnHy Center May 28. Mrs. 
O. T. VelUnes, clirt> mother, was 
presented a corsage and gift. 

Mrs. L. E. Ledington, chair- 
man of ways and means, an- 
nounced a card party to be held 
BCay 34 at 12:30 p. m. Reserva- 
tions are to ibe made throtigh 
Mrs. B. V. Reynolds, Jr., and Mrs. 
B. B. Holm. 

The program feature was a 
f ailhion . show featiu-ing Black's 
beaoh wear. Mrs. V. B. Brooks 
WAS the commentator. 

Mrs. Qordon Oliver and Mrs. 
Kine presented a pantonitine. 
Mrs. J. L. Judge was pianist. 

Mrs. Holm, club chaplain, gave 
the invocation opening the meet- 
ing. 



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almost every type of 

sic. it's Ttporiory 

operatic and 

to foHc song! 

BHaicrt eoaMdy miIb^Imb, 

etta, siHrttuata and idMwl somis. 

In P W W aaiy the chN> was toi- 
vited to perform at Hse artmtf 
bamiuet of the Kadlo and T^- 
visicm CorTttfiooSMU Artttetitlc m 
in hcmor of 
who greeted each 
ally and eooqilMtilled ttie «n- 
sottMe. TlK Pf M W teat Haa ra- 
Oneewd a repeat perfofttmnie to 
the rvi. 



Mr. and Mrs. J. Leslie Richard- 
son will have as their guests for 
the week end. their nei^tew, Don- 
ald W. Cuthrell, Jr. and six of 
Ms felkm cadets, who win sing 
in concert with the V. M. I. Olee 
Chib on Saturday in fhiMlL. 



HekMubA tkP At 

HIGH SCHOOL 

On Friday, May l»h the 
Knm -iirr Hi Y wai spORBor a 
BermtHta Hop m the School Oym 
from 8 to II. The adnriarttm is 
Vic per person. The dance la be- 
inv given to raise money to send 
a bcqr to the TMjC.A. Day Camp 
for two wfltla. 

Tlw Deftra Trl Hi Y was or- 
Canlaed this year the girls are 
letmiitt to Uttc* their ^ae« in 
the sehoid and coduttunit^. They 
hope to do even more next year 
in their organiaatl<m. 



COTN HOUSE AT 
LOCAL HOTEL 

The Mart^ Waaiilagton Hotel 
and ApntoMnts will ImM an op- 
en house next Sunday afternoon 
between the iMMirs of 2:30 and 
6 P. M., it has been aiuiounoed by 
J. We^y Oarteer. prerident. 

Letters have been mailed out 
to local as well as out of town 
guests. The open house is being 
flven to give the gmsts an op- 
portimlty to dbserve the improve- 
ments made during the winter to 
the hotel and pactieularly the 
new all-weather air-conditionAng 
equipment. 



OeMio io Hold 
TiMMidor,lfcifl7 

The Oceana Eloaentary Schocri 
will hold its |»-e-sehool clinic for 
all pnMpectlve first graders on 
Tueectey, May 17, at 1 p. ai. in the 
mbooi MMMorhioi. 

To be eUglMe for emdlMaent in 
Septea^jer. each chlkPs ^xth 
mnatmj WnK oocar on or ■epora 
Octibet 1, 18M. MeMbera of tin 
echoed PTA will aasiat the miraea 



■Hd <IMim. OMMMi aiiy to vife- 
einated f&r rited ikn. gf^ea feniie 
tot ^^iMnte. vheepl^ 
and tetaMMk bi adWtten to 



Kaeh child attendiiy the eiirie 
#fn AM e<Mil|A(»te his regtAtitttiM. 



fo Bklwond traMe aearl, a 

drtver drew a f9» in Ki^ md a 
|8M tun fer McMte eMftteon 
Af tfruflkili dHvtaii^ HI 
$100 for drivlnff uBdnr a 
leaMt, IMO 40^ Wt-aiNNnw Arid 
^ ftMT tMiliaiBg Ma toemwa 
Ikenae to pofiee aa Ma own. 



Careful creel counts ^>ow that 
less than 10% of all anglers catch 
practically all trout taken. 



Ann Moore Announces 

the Openin| of 

The SurpHie Shop 

\n Conjdnclion With 

The Ocean Court Motel 

iM 306 - 19Mi StrMt 

PtiiUC STiNOGRAmill AN0 NOf iMIt 

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The mental health program is 
a constant ohe and one that re- 
quires the effort of more than 
those who have worked in its i 
half in the past. It is the natioi 
number one disease aiid 8]^ul< 
receive the support of evei 




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PEACH PIES 
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MOitTON'S APPU, PfACH Oft 

CHERRY PIES 
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Corn-On-Cdb 4:!it$1.00 

SIAIROOK FARiMS MlXlb 

VEGEtABlES 5vt^$1.00 

StAIROOR FARMS FORokoOR 

LIAAA BEArJS 4',is:$1.00 

seAbroor farms 

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PRINCESS ANNE COUNTY 

REALTY TllANSrEHS 



(15 rente per $!•• tuuri i ifil i w ) 

Daniel O. Doran et «« to Jean 
R. Savage et ux, a 1.07 acre tract 
of land near Bonney's Oorner; t«i 
121. 

Crystal Acre». tue., to Chaa. 
S. Krummell et ux. lot 18. plat of 
CiysUl Acres; tax ^.45. 

Am a. Eubank et t»( to Howard 
T. Currln et ux. lot 7. Wock B. 
plat of Rlcer Forrest Shores. Sec. 
1; tax $3. 

H. R. Holland to l^le E. Mor- 
rison et ux. a 5.9 acre tract of 
land located near Oceana; tax 
MSO. 

Cecelia C Beacher et vlr to 
John A. Crunk. Jr.. et ux. i 9.4 
acre tract known as Lot 8, plat 
of prc^rty of Jesse J. Parkerson; 



tax tan. 

Vlkinf CMWt. Carp, to Jo»m A. 
Smith et ux. lot 64. plat of Lau- 
rel Manor; tax $1«.95, 

Viking Const. Cdrp. to Paul D. 
nrnrnTH et ux. lot 143. plat of 
Laurel Manor; tax $17.10. 

Viking Const. Corp. to Robert 
Allen OaWbrill. Jr.. et ux. lot 16. 
plat of Laurel Manor; tax $17.10. 

Wayne Realty Corp. to Verwm 
Boaery Binion et ux. lot 6. block 
5. i^ua Bel-Air, Sec. 3; tax 
$33.75. 

J. A. Bamrtt to Dudley E. ^- 
les et ux. part of lot 14, plat of 
properly made for Jesse J. Park- 
erson; tax $3.75. 

Mary P. Reedy et vlr to John S. 
Waller et ux, lot 1. block D. plat 



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of'Bay Colony. Sec. 2: tax $4.50. 

Pioneer Holding Corp. to Don 
D. Dunton et ux. lot 30. plat of 
Baylake Pines, Subdv. 3. tax $4 - 
20. 

National Bank of Comoieree af 
Norfc^. et al. trs.. et al to Home; 
C. Crane et ux, lot 22, block 17, 
plat of Ocean I^rK. Sec. D; tax 
SO.IS. 

Walker A. Howren, Jr., et ux, 
to Robert O. Moore et ux. lot 129. 
plat of Pair Meadows; tax $1.50. 

Ralph A. Zettel et vi% to John 
H. Wendt et ux. lot 4. block 19. 
plat of CMamond Spring Homes; 
tax $16 35. 

Albert L. Bonney et ux et als to 
Leonard Lee Davidson et ux. lot 
24. plat of Kempsville Manor, Sec. 
1; tax $24.00. 

Stanley. Inc. to Clarence R. 
Bilbo et ux. lot 18, block E. plat 
of Azalea Acres. Stec. 1; tax $19.35. 

Stuart Holding Corp. to Caren, 
Inc.. lots 7-10. 12. n. Wock D; 
lots 32-35. block M: lot 18. block 
K; lots 1 and 18. block J; lot 1. 
block H. plat of Azalea Acres, 
Sec. 1; lots 2-9, block H; lots 2-17, 
block J; lots 10-17, block K; lot 
6, block M; lot 2. block N. plat o5 
Azalea Acres. Sec. 2; tax $61.20. 

Stanley. Inc.. to Carl D. Gil- 
bert et ux, lot 10, block E, plat 




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of Azalea Acres, Sec. 1; tax $22.- 
20. 

Stanley, Inc., to Wilson Cooke 
Hunt et ux, lot 14. Work E, plat 
of AJalea Aciis, H<c 1 tax $16.M. 

Stanley. Inr , to Haul Hutiler 
et ux, lot 18. block D, plat of Aza- 
lea Acres, Sec. 1; tax $21.15. 

Stanley. Inc., to Robert Allen 
Griffon et ux. lot 13, block E. plat 
of A23lea Acres, Sec. 1; tax $19.20. 

Stanley. Inc.. to James E. Da- 
vis, Jr.. et ux. lot 15. block E. plat 
of Azalea Acres. Sec. I; tax $20.40. 

Stanley. Inc., to Rcbsrt Ed- 
ward Lee Cooper et ux. lot 11. 
block E, plat of Aaalea Acres. Sec. 
1: tax $20 85. 

Stanley, Inc.. to Richard C. 
Lcwery et ux. lot 8, block E, plat 
of Azalea Acres, Sec. 1: tax $19.20. 

Stanley, Inc.. to John R. Phil- 
pott et ux, lot 16, block D, plat of 
Azalea Acres. Sec. 1; tax $19,35. 

Stanley. Inc., to George A. Slro- 
walter et ux, lot 17. block E. plat 
of Aicalea Acres, Sec. 1; tax $22.20. 

Stanley, Inc., to Hush Anthony 
Young, Jr., et ux, lot 16, block E. 
plat of Azalea Acres. Sec. 1; tax 
SO. 

rt Cashvan et als to John 
e et ux, lot 12, block 15. 
Roosevelt Gardens. Sec. 
U: tax $20.70. 

Herbert Cashvan et als to Mo- 
ses M. Gibson. III. et ux. lot 14, 
block 17. plat of Roosevelt Oar- 
dens, Sec. II; tax $21.15. 

H&M Const. Co. to Max Harri- 
son Ingram et ux, lot 39, block 17, 
plat of Roosevelt Gardens, See. 
U, tax $21.15. 




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H&M Const. Co. to Robert Wa- 

q^iale Ingrassia et ux. lot 57. Wock 
17. plat of Roosevelt Oanlms, 
Sec. H; tax $22.85. 

Jamei M Lane et ux et als to 
Michael C. Argyrldes et ux. a 16 
acre tract of land on western side 
of Shore Drive; tax $43.50. 

vmis Johnson et ux et als to 
John W. Smith, a 20.8 acre tract 
of land n^ar Davis Comer; tax 
$8.70. 

Lrdie C. Alligocd et ux to Jlles 
R Boykin et ux, lot 62, plat of 
Ocema Village; tax $11.10. 

Colony Const. Corp. to Oeargt 
P. Rice et ux, lot 24. plat of 
Knnpsvl'.Ie Colcny, Sub. 1; tax 
$26.25. 

Jampcs A. Fleming et ux to Ro- 
bert L. Snowden et ux. lot E-4, 
located near Greenwich; tax $0.75. 

R. D. Holland et ux to John A. 
Gaskins et ux, lot 3, block 53. plat 
of Ocean Park: tax $11.10. 

William F. Lyie et ux to Alice 
! Prances Lewis, lot 478, plat of 
' Cape Story By-the-Sea: tax $0.75. 
I W. T. Mason et ux et als to 
I Carroll D. Darby et ux, lot 53, 
j plat of Fair Meadows; tax $0.75. 
- Agnes Davis to Grover L. Per- 
1 ry et ux, a .253 acre tract of land 
i n3ar the Norfolk City Water 
! Works; tax S0.30. 
I Lynnhavcn Colony Corp.. to 
James R. Chlsholm et ux. lot 10. 
I plat of Lynnhaven Colony; tax 
I S25.50. 

I James F. Peterson et al to Wil- 
liam L. Ollrick et ux, lot 42. plat 
I of Pair Meadows; tax $14.55. 
I Malvern P. Mordica et ux to 
' John D. Davis et al. lots 15 and 
16. block 22, plat of East Ocean 
V.ew. Sec. 2; tax $12.00. 
George Schofield. Jr.. et ux to 



Camellia Hom^, ftie. I» JM 
Uoek C, plat of Rl^r ftorrest i Howard WlttHr al n^ 1$$ a MW 



Thonas C. ftray et ux, lot 18 



flhore«: tax $24 78. 



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Robert V. House et ux. lot 19, 
block 23. plat of Dtamond Sinlng 
Homes; tax $16.20. 

OcMina Village. Inc.. to CTtf- 
ford E. Robblns et ux. lot J "6. iflat 
of Oceana Village; tax $11.10. 

WilUaiB W. Newman et ux to 
Lillian B White, tota 15 and 16, 
I^Kk 16. plat of Aniea Acres; Ux 
$11.%. 

Elizabeth River aiwes Holding 
Corp. to George P. Reed, lot 79. 
plat (rf Sllttbeth PlMTk; Ux $3.56. 

Cape moTf Bgr-the-Sea. Inc. 
to Mk:hale Bernard et ux, lot 432. 
plat of Cape St(»y By-the-Sea. 
plat 2; tax $0.60. 

William S. Marrow to R. E. 
Latimer, a 15 acre tract in Sea- 
board district; tax $1.50. 

Raymond R. Dall et ux to Neal 
E. Woods et ux, lot 11. block 1. \ 
plat of Camellia Shores. Sec. Ill; 
tax $5.25. 

Origgs Realty Corp. to Powha- 
tan L. Meade et ux. lot 2, block 
O. plat of River Forrest Shores; 
tax $2.70, 

Robert C. Rldle et ux to S. A. 
Stone et ux, k^ 3, plat of Chula 
VisU; tax $1.50. 

Oscar M. Plumlee et ux to Ken- 
neth W. Easter et ux. lots 11, 12 
and part of lot 10, block 6. plat 
of C. W. Deal No. 2. near Jackson- 
dale; tax $15.75. 

Daniel J. Presuhn et ux to Ce- 
cil W. White, a .7 acre tract near 
Pungc: tax $10.50. 

Cecil W. White et ux to Joseph 
Samuel Walters, a .7 acre tract 
near Fungo; tax $10.50. 

Emanuel B. Perrel et ux to Ju- 
lius Howard Vaught et ux. lot 
44. plat of Amphibious Manor; 
tax $16.50. 

Lloyd Russell Davis et ux to 



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2. 



ANSWERS NEEDED 

in the past this newspaper has asked many 
C|utstioni of Roger Malbon, the "Dunn AAachine" 
candidete for sheriff, but alt of the past questions 
remain unanswered. We have asked these questions 
'm th« pt^ic's interest and we believe they should 
be am^mrmd in that same interMt. 

Smee tiogm AAalbon hft refuted to aniwer these 
c^stlons, we, and the public, must asturrw that to 
answer fNm honestly and truthfully would place 
Malbon in an unfavorable light. This we feel to be 
true and we believe the public agrees with that con- 
clusion. 

However, we will again give Sheriff AAalbon an 
opportunity to answer these questions and we repeat 
herewith a few that must be answered and must be 
answered truthfully: 

1 . Who made cash contributions to Malbon to 
help defray legal expenses when his now 
associates attempted to have him removed 
from office? 

Was he not driving a borrowed automobile 
when he "missed" the road and wreei^ed 
the car against a tree? And, did he not have 
sdtneone else sign as the driver of thft CiL 
to take the blame off himself? 
Whether he or his close associate, Frank 
Dixon, ever "gave" or sold to "3pot" Fergu- 
son, one roulette wheel? 
Whether or not A. E. "Speed" Fentress 
moved a cottage for him for which he 
would normally charge $1800 and whether 
or not he (Malbon) paid him, and If not why 
not and what did he (Malbon) expect 
"Speed" Fentress to do for him? Or, if 
"Speed Fentress moved the cottage for he 
(Malbon) and his Deputy Ed Ames and if 
they paid him and if not, why not? 
Whether or not the insurance company re- 
fused to pay claim after Malbon broke his 
leg in a bus free-for-all iifcident last fall and 
what was his condition at the time he broke 
his leg? 
This record of Malbon's along with that of 
"BiiftW/ Hflth should be answered fully and 9f once 
In order that the good people of Princess Anne Coun- 
ty can intelligently judge between these men and 
those who are opposing them in the J^ly prifhary 
el^ion. 



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MORE SUBTERFUGE (JK 

In an effort to confuse the county treasurer's 
orderly conduct of his office and to take the spotlight 
of truth off themselves, Willie Dunn led his four can- 
didates by the hand last week visiting the treasurer's 
office at Princess Anne and demahdig to see the poll 
tax lists at a time when the office staff and the trea- 
surer, himself, were at their busiest. 

And then, in furthering their attempt to take 
the spotlight off themselves they did not follow pro- 
cedure In securing a writ to view the lists although 
one of the candidates is an attorney and should know 
legal procedure. This was the second time that "But- 
sit" Heath has failed to follow legal procedure in 
recent weeks. 

And, if there be guilt in the block payment of 
poll laxes of others then apparently these same 
"Dunn Machine" candidates are the guilty ones since 
it is understood one of them made the largest single 
payment of poll taxes last week. 




AROUND 



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DMs tBUi seood like the "Dunn 
llacliln*" euiffiitetM preaent a 
Mild front? 

Roger Mtlbon, the ondidate 
for Sheriff, was overheard to say 
that "Butsle" Heath, his runntag 
mate for commonwealth's attor- 
ney, woidd not get many votes in 
areas where he is known, but that 
he will do Jbetter In those areas 
where he is NOT known. What 
kind of a candidate Is that? 



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In speaking oTlib «wn|depiity, 
B4 Anes, jMalbon said that he 
wouMn't do 'very good anywhere 
In his Jbid for nenbership on 
the .Denocratle eottnlttce. la 
reflecting. ; howover. Mjslhon 
thought Ames would do very 
well In Seatack. 

• 
Someone said while Ut Walker 
uses a "tapeworm" to get suck- 
ers, that Bd Ames uses "fish- 
worms" to try to lure suckers Into 
the Dunn camp. 



Hm Oraefeer Band has a 
aaestten t» Boger Mallpofei: 

Docs he atin owe some money 
io the man lie saceeeded as 
sheriff for personally owned 
fomitore In the home h* oc- 
eoplea that Is provided for the 
sheriff by Princess Anne Coun- 
ty? We believe the snm Is $sa. 

Althongh he eomphilns about 
block payment of pM taxes It 
Is understood that Roger Mal- 
bon apparently made the larg- 
est single btock ttayment of poll 
taxes hist week. He must thbik 
everyone Is a fool, or so It 
would Mem that Is his way of 
thinking. 

Last week when we referred to 
Leslie A. Weary as "I«diesman" 
Weary, we hardly expected old 
Weary to take it so seriously. We 
undcratiuid he really ^believes he 
M a 'liddiesman" and. bf course, 
we know he feels he Is (he saviour 
of our prosperous county and city. 



Let's fight together for "WHAT IS RIGHT" in- 
stead of fighting against each other to prove "who 
is right." 



I^uCarmecie 



)r you young men think Am- 
HPcalB best cpportunlties have 
keen tued up, why not try the 
ftMthods of those whom you may 
think have got ahead of you. 

Hereli oat: 

ftanklin Knudsen was a book- 
VMper out In Denver, Colo., that 
Ik he ^ms aiming to keep ttotOa 
IM no Job loomed on the hon»m. 
ttKtt were aiore bookkeepers hi 
b|s vicinity tlutn there were open- 
lait. MnaUy when he appUed for 
HI last tine as bo<^eep^, he 
low In siMrtt, getteig raUier 



boped {or boss tooked him 
MMl cvideMly saw 
(heie. BvA it was not 
and k cdtaam of flgives. 
fftwiiEUii^ iMDe Im4 ««R- 
iekarij toward (he last 
the Mg MM mH. '1 cae 
a Job, not doim wtat 

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DALE CARNE90I& ,. t. 

over the floor, old refuse at that; 
grease that could be removed only 
with soap and a good stiff brush, 
plus a lot of counteracting grease 
that could be found only around 
his e]l>cws. But he needed money, 
so he took the job "until he could 
find «4iat he ironted." saying to 
litoaself, "Wett. wiMlevcr I do. 
Iln going to put my beet into it." 

A month later he had another 
job with that same firm; six men 
marking for httn. Two m(mths 
after Uiat, he was tran^ierred to 
anoth^ department, at a raise 
In salary. A few months after' that 
he went into another <tepartment 
at more money. Now he 8aape<^«d 
what his boss was aimhig at, glv- 
hif Mm a Omoix to leam UK 
buslnew. 

Twenty-eight years later he ws« 
still with tlie f irni, happy that he 
had made Ms dedstan to •^ot Ms 
best into it." Ula oppmlwiittes 
exist todi^— always will exist. 



liTFERS in 

in. LiJiiURig 



"IVNOLB" RitBD? 

May 4, 196S 
Dear Sir: 

Today, Wednesday. May 4th, 
my wife accompanied my aan to 
the dentist's office In the May- 
flower apartment bulldihg. When 
She entered the repetition office 
icklly she observed a boy she 
believed to be aiboUt thriteen years 
of age, that had the audacity to 
delilDerately stick hts foot out Into 
her path to trip her. My wife suf- 
fers from arthritis and had she 
fallen. 1 dread to even think of 
the consequences. 

He was somewhet taken ahaok 
by the fact that the rept^emted 
him but showed no slgra of being 
embarrassed for his evil inten- 
tion. 

After my wife left the office, we 
learned from another one of the 
children present that this same 
boy took the shoe off of a little 
girl and deliberately put it Into it 
floor fan and turned on the 
•witch. Naturally the shoe was 
ruined. The child hit the boy and 
he in return then struck her back 
with sufflcent force to knock her 
down tmto the floor. 

What kind of citizen can this 
hoy pcestbly grow Into? What 
kind of training has he i-ecelved? 
Where are his parents? My guess 
is that they are probably so busy 
frequenting beer joints, engaging 
in smoking and drinking to a de- 
gree that the child is negelected 
and possibly hungry. BvtdenUy he 
is at least hungry for attention 
and training. 

I suppose he witnessed the mov- 
tag picture "Blacld>oani Jungle" 
and without pit^Der training and 
exphmation thinks such behavior 
Is "smart." I hope the above re- 
ferred to boy sees this "if he can 
read" and also his parents and 
that they will know just how dis- 
gusting their type are. 

ReapecfuHy submitted, 

"Better Trained" 



MENTAL HEALTH 

Holly Road at 36th, 

Virginia Beach. Va. 

tMay 1966 
Editor. 

Vidginla Beach tfim-Wcws. 

Vinginia Beach, Vii^inu. 

Dear Sir: 

On hehtf <rf ttie Nnfolk-Prln- 

cesB Araie Chapter of the Vli«inla 

Assxiatlon for Mental Health, I 



wish to express our thanks for, 
and appreciation of. your splendid 
editorial In May S issue of the 
sun-News. 

As you suggest, the crusade 
"should cover EVISIY day of EV- 
ERY year until this NUMBER 
ONE health problem of our na- 
tion is brought under control." 
You made the statement, too, 
in your editorial that the prob- 
lem of mental health has, in the 
past, been a problem that has oc- 
cupied the minds and efforts of 
far too few of our people. It is 
time that more of us became In- 
terested in this vital subject, not 
just those among us who have 
been affected toy it. So very true! 
(We. individually, must have the 
interest of our "brother" at 
heart.) That is only Christian. 

When the individualised pub- 
lic becomes aware of the fact 
that mental illness respects nei- 
ther person nor class; that you, 
or I, or the "other fell&w" might, 
at any time, be stricken with tliis 
living dcalih; then I am certain 
that we all shall "get dcwn to 
brass tacks" and do. something 
constructive in the way of work- 
ing with our local group in their 
prevenllve objective plan of es- 
ta«)llshing a clinic in this local- 
ity. 

The fact is that ONE out of 
every TWENTY persons now liv- 
ing will, at some tftne in their 
lives, need hoapltallation for 
mental illness. ONE out of eveiy 
TEN babies being bom now is a 
potential mental case. The ju- 
venile authoQties of our state arc 
crying out now for a hospital for 
mentally ill children who are be- 
ing aamiciledi at present with 
ment*By ill adults. 

We cannot combat the problem 
by evading the issue. No cause 
has ever been won by "beating a 
hasty retreat" wihen the subject 
Is broached. We need to drag out 
these stai* realities into the 
limelight aijd face them for wihat 
they are: THE NAKfa) TRUTH. 
Then, we need to do sMnething 
drastic atwut it all. immediately! 

Surely, mental health is every- 
body's business! 

Most sincerely, 

Grace MciP. Mitchell 
Treasurer, Norfolk-fVincc^ Anne 
Chapter, Virginia As80ciati<m for 
Mental Healt^i. 



wonderful cooperation and spirit 
Of the citizens of Virginia Beaeh 
and Prinoeas Anne County during 
the recent beginning cf the polio 
vaoolne program in Our area. 

Everyone connected with the k)- 
cal chapter of the National Foun- 
dation for the Prevention of hi- 
fantile Paralysis joins roe in ex- 
tending thanks In thta way. It 
makes our work easier and is gra- 
tifying to realize that we are 
among such nice people. 

Sincerely, 

Lucfle Clark (Mrs. W. T.) 
Chairman, Princess Anne Chapter. 



587,000 Korean 
Vtis Tf ainifig 

Veteran enrollmenta under the 
3-year-okl Korean OI Bill tram- 
hit pregmi reached an all-time 
Mgh of 8er,aM m A»m, about la 
per emt man the ^evloua re- 
cord of Deeenber, I9a«, and near- 
ly douUe the figure of a year mo, 
▼et«raM AdniMatrstiOTi said. 

C(4lege enrtiUMnts rose to t»,- 
OIM on Aitril l, tfter a slight win- 
ter decUne. This figure siirpaMed 
by 31.000 the former peak of »M.- 
4000 veteran college students at 
the close of 1964. 

The ttumber of OI students In 
sohoods below ei^ege tevel Increas- 
ed to a mw high of 17t,M0 (m 
April 1 — 14.000 tfbove the De- 
ecD^Kr. iva, level of iM.ooo. 

On-the-jeb and on-the-farm 
enrolbnent^ — rising fairly stead- 
ily month after month — showed 
larger than average mcreases last 
month. 

The Korean OI training pro- 
gruB, VA said, has been moving 
, ahmd ^adily, with increasee in 
each fall and aprixtk 

The usual trout stream is a suc- 
cession of comparatively quiet 
pO(te with wide, alwllow riffles 
between — a pool may be very 
long or merely a breal in faster 
water. 



"SCtTTLEBtTT" 

May 9, 19)S6 
The Editor 

Va. Beach Sun-News 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
Dear Sir: 

Not toeing a native of the 
Beach I am famllar with the po- 
litical problems that confront a 
newcomer. To me the so-called 
Organisation has proven beyond 
a shadow of a doubt that they 
stand for high principles. How- 
ever, the soreheaded opposition 
stops at nothing to fill the new- 
comers to our community with 



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"ttuttkCiutt" concerning the Or- 
ftnigation. 

I wonder wliy «»&f nelvcibers 
llaten to such trival. Why do some 
Of them not investigate both tides 
oif the situation and then come 
to a <teoi«km? No, apparently 
some are content to go alohi with 
the raMble rousers and turn a 
deaf ear to the truth. 

Virginia Beach Was or^lhally 
started as a summer resort, a 
plaee where people come to play 
and relax, it has now grown into 
i btatttlftA city. However, we do 
have With us the to-called reform- 
ers aueh ai Willie Ounn, who ap- 
parently thrives on etabarraising 
their fatallles^in lay book ehar- 
ity lietlna at home, certainly Wil- 
lie Oiinn lives by no such eode 
of ethics, as a matter of fact he 
haa NO CTHtOB. 

Newcomers to Virginia fiaach 
beware of those who come call- 
ing in sheep's clothing but are 
really wolves. 

Sincerely, 
A Newcomer 



Seed aadai 6mm 
for SmMser hsiure 

# Ouard aga:nst the stmimer 
slimip In permanent pasture 
pro^Ktlcm t>y seeding sudan 
grass h the tip from Jk^n F. 
AHWlders, assocrate agronomist at 
VFT, who warns the slimp can 
become really serious when ag^a- 
vated by dry weather, as it has 
been the past two years. 

Sudan grass, seeded early to 
give grazing during .fudy and Au- 
gust, is one solution to the prob- 
lem. In years Wtisn regular pas- 
tures are adequate to meet graz- 
ing demands, sudan can be cut 
for silage or liay. Also, havli^ a 
field of sudan to graze in mid- 
sunmier may make it possiible' to 
save on early cut forage, or pre- 
vent having to graie alfalfa when 
you need it for winter feed. Su- 
dan Is one of the crops that can 
help make up the losses now betog 
suffered in the first cutting of 
alflafa ae a result of the lato 
freeze, diseases and insect at- 
tacks. 

Seed early on deep fertile soil. 
A good com soil is a desirable soil 
for Sudan. Seed after the soil has 
warmed up.^usuaHy about two 
week* after the average date for 
planting corn In the area. Use a 
good variety. Sweet sudan has 
proved stqierlor In Virginia. Drill 
or broadcast the seed at the rato 
of 20 to 30 pounds per acre. If 
soybeans are used, seed one bushel 
of soytwahs per acre and reduce 
the aeedlng of sudan to 15 to 20 
poutida. 

Fertiliae well. A fast growing 
plant aueh as sudan needs a good 
souree from which it can rapidly 
get plant food. Use from 600 to 
800 pounds per acre of a lO-lO-lO 
fertiUaer, or equivalent. I>repara a 
good seed bed mu<rfi as you would 
for corn. 

Sweet sudan wtn usually be 
resfdy Mtt' gracing ih slit to eight 
weeks. Rotational grazing will give 
best results. Begin grazing when 
the sudan is 111 inches tall and 



irMs dawn to • to 10 indm. Let 
It ree3veT to IS inches beft^e 
trasOag Mrain. When st^n is 
paaed yreperiy Otere is little or 
no dfemger of prussk acid poison- 
ing. 

Further details are avallaMe in 
Leaflet Ito. 1, "Bweet i^idan Orass 
tm Samnmr PaHure." Oet your 
copy froan this o^toe. 



rPlraellee 
Ifukhes of sU-aw, pine nee- 
dles, buekwhi»t hulls, saw- 
dwit. ete. serve a iseful p uifwee 
In the tioflie grounds IP UffiBD 
pnorERLY, say hortleulturMs 

at vm. 

However, when such nmtoriate 
are heaped around trees, shrubs, 
roses and other i^nts, there may 
be severe Injury. 

Bmowood and other shallow- 
rotted plants are most apt to suf- 
fer from too much muteh. Heavy 
mulches of leaves are e^ieclally 
harmful in seasom of wet wea- 
ther. 

About one inch of mukh is all 
that Is needed. Spread it evenly 
to avoid dams which catch too 
much water, or rid^s which shed 
the water away from the plants. 



Virus Free Berry 
Plants Available 

Owdeners and commereial 
growirt in the eastern part of 
the tJolted States now can bay 
vtnis-free strawberry plants In 
24 varieties. 

John M. Amos, associate plant 
pathologist at VPI, says virus- 
free strawberry plants were first 
offered to growers last year. Var- 
ieties of the 1954 virus-free list 
Included the fonicwlng recom- 
mended for Virginia: Albritton, 
Dixieland, Pocahontas, and Ten- 
nesaean. TMs year, the following 
reccmmended varieties have been 
added: Tennessee Beauty, Btoke- 
fflore and Tennessee Shipper. 

Amos pointed out that most 
strawberries grown In this coun- 
try at present are affected by vi- 
ruses. In fact, no strawberry var- 
ieties known are Immune to the 
viruses. Nursery plantings, to be 
safeguarded, should be Isolated 
from other wild or cultivated 
strawberries by at least 3,000 feet 
and the plants should be dusted 
evfry two weeks until late fall 
#tl;h paratMcHi. fl| imM^ 
dusts, for aphid cdnifol. /^Ids 
are blamed for carrying straw- 
berry viruses from plant to plant. 



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ORGANIZATION 
MEETING 



VIRGINIA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL 



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ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION CANDIDATES 

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IN POUO CAMTAIGN 

May », llu 
Virginia Beach tiun-News, 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
Dear Eir: 

nila letter Is vrttten to exptvss 
our profouDd thanks here at the 
poUo chapter bc3<}auarters for the 



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FOR TREASURER 

Robert S. lob" Wohob, Jr 

FOR COMMONWEALTH'S AHOW^Y 



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VIRGINIA BEACH SUN - NEWS, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1955 



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BfMcl Sport$ Progmti Pbimed \ff 
Lynnhavien-Lfttte Nkck League 



John A. Houghton was namid 
chairman of the athletic cotn- 
mittee of the Lynntwven-Uttle 
Itack Civic League at Its IMhy 
meeting last wevk. and was given 
awthorlty to ajS^lnt two others 
to serv« with him in promoting 
i^ari activity amoi^ youth of the 
afe«. 

This step was taken in caa- 
ntction with making use as qulck- 
Isias poHible of a 20-acre tract 
rA«ntly madfe avallatote by the es- 
tate of R. F. Tram as a com- 
munity and recreation center. It 
wa"s agreed to cooperate with the 
Police Athletic League in the pro- 
gram to foster more baseball and 
other sports activity for county 
youngsters. 

League to Incorporate 

]ltenjamln B. Burroughs report- 
ed on a conference held by a 
league committee, of which he is 
chairman, and R. P. Trant, Jr., 
regarding this land. It was sug- 
gested XfS lib. Burroughs that the 
league be incoiporated for better'' 



handling of ttie project and the 
league president. Or. John Uppln- 
eott, was authorised to proceed 
with incorporation. 

Some discussion was held <»m- 
eeming possttde future annexa- 
tion of Princess Anne Cow^y 
areas by the City of Norfolk, fol- 
lowimr a report by President Llp- 
pinc(Ht of a meeting of the Prin- 
cess Anne Civic Council at which 
this subject was presented, and at 
which he represented the I^mn- 
have-L'ttle Neck league. It was 
decided not to take a definite 
stand now but to consider specific 
proposals as they may bs brought 
up. 

R. O. Carroll, J. A. Seaman 
and Henry Hunt were named on 
a nominating committee to draw 
up a list of prospective officers for 
the league to be voted on at the 
June meeting, scheduled for June 
6. 



CaKiee Building ! DEATHS 

Fund Drive NearS Mrs. Liziie Morris 

$250,000 Coal 



•fhe bulMlng fund drive of Oa- 
Illee l^scepal Church (Bishop 
Tucker Manorial) reached |213,- 
000 Monday night at its sixth re- 
port meeting. During this fifth 
md final w«ek of the campaign, 
the canvassers will attemtp to call 
on all those metnbers and friends 
of the chtirch who have not j^ 
had an ot^iortunity to contriliute. 
The estifflfated cost cf constnict- 
ing ami furnishing the new sanc- 
tuary and educational building is 
$250,000. 

Work on the new edifice, to be 
erected at the corner of Pacific 
Avenue and 40th Street, will be- 
gin when the results of the fi- 
nancial canvass are kncwn and 
the architect's plans are com- 
pleted. The new thurch will l>e of 
modified colonial design, with a 
seating capacity of api>roximately 
five hundred. 



Mrs. UKBie Jane Morris 86, 
widow of -James De'.eva Morris of 
R. P. D. 3, Box 528 Princess .Anne, 
di€d Wednesday May the 4th. at 
1:30 A. M. after a long Illness. 
Mrs. Morris was a lifelong resi- 
dent of Princess Anne County. 
Th« Daughter of the last Jessie 
& Francess Riggs Miller. Surviv- 
ing, her one son. Welton L. Mor- 
ris of Pka?ant Ridi^e. 4 daugh- 
t3rs. Mrs. Addie Sorey. Miss C. C. 
Cartwi i?ht &Mrs. J. D. Wocdwall. 
All of Prin.e.^s Anne and Mr.s. 
James E. Riggs of iNorfolk. 21 
Grand Children, 36 Great Grand- 
children and several nieces and 
nfg^ews. The body was taken 
from the Mae.«',?s Funeral Home 
at Virginia E.^ach to the Charily 
Methodist Funeral heme. atrvlc?8 
were conducted at 2 P. M. Friday. 
Burial was in the Church ceme- 
tary. I*allb3arers were J. L. Ship. 
M:lvin Williams, Russell Hill, 
Cecil F. Flannigan LewLs Waters 
and A. D. Malbon. 



I Cape Henry Club 
\ Holding Final Meeting 

The final meeting of the season 
' for the Cape Henry Woman's 
I Club will be held at no<wi today. 
i May 12, at the Piincess Anne 
I Country Club. 

f The program will be in chai-ge 
j of the Garden departm^it, and i 
I the guest speaker will be Pred 
I Heuette. 

I Mrs. Fred Bonney will be guest 
' soloist. AH members are urged to 
i be present. 




Expioreri 

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activiticis and events will take 
place in addition to conducted 
tours by Air Force personnel on 
Armed Forces Day. A "county 
fair" type of schedule has been 
set up featuring 15 to 20 events 
with recognition given to each in- 
dividual participating. Explorer 
crews will participate in sush 
events as rowing, canoeing, fish- 
ing, golfing, code, first aid, rope 
cl^mibing, nature, comipasis, line 
heaving, knife and axe handling, 
swimming, archery, target shoot- 
ing, "moskect" shooting, and oth- 
er events. 

Registrations will be taken at 
the Council office, 220 Monticello 
Arcade, Norfolk, until tomorrow, 
May 13th, at 5:00 p. m. 



John Harmond Duly 

John Harmond Duty, 80. of 
Biickingham, Virginia, father cJ 
Mrs. Pearl Emty Mallory. of O- 
ceana, died May 4 in Bucking- 
ham. 

Mr. Duty was the son of the 
late Dr. John H. and Mrs. Nancy 
Duty, of Russell County. He is 
survived by six sons and four 
daughters. 

Fun3ral services were held last 
week in Buckingham. 



mitTHS REPORTED AT 
VIRGINIA BEACH HOSPITAL 

A daughter. May 3, to Mr. and 
Mrs. Raymond Schmltz, 506 24th 
Street, Virginia Beach. 

A son. May 6, to Mr, and Mrs. 
James Cowihig, 210 20th Street, 
Virginia Beach. 

Ji. daughter, May 7. to Mi;, and 
Mi-s. F. M. Durham, 110 77th 
Street, Virginia Beach. 

A son, May 8,J;o Mr. and Mrs. 
James H. Kitchen, 619 2Sth Street, 
Virginia Beach. 



More than 8 million head of 
livestock graze on national for- 
est lands. 



Allen Lee Cason 

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; Allen Lee Cason 19 of 212 5th 
St. Virginia Beach was killed sud- 
denly in an automobile accident 
j on the Camp Pendleton Rd. at 
I 11:45 P. M. Monday May 9th. 
I Young Cason was a native of Vir- 
I ginia Beach, he attended Oceana 
j HiKh School and Virginia Beach 
i High School. He was a member 
j of t'he Virginia Beach Methodist 
i Church. At the time of his death 
i he was employed as a mechanics 
I helper at the Race-Way. 
j Surviving are his parents Mrs. 
Sadie Allen Cason and Clifton fl. 
Cason. 3 brothers Clifton W. Ca- 
son of the USAT now stgtioned 
in Wichita, Kansas, Ronald Ca- 
son, and Albuie Cason both of 
Virginia Beach. Unclcsi E. N. 
Allen, Jcihn Allen. Ellis Allen. 
West Va.. Aunts, Mrs. Lee 
I Newton, Mrs. V. H. Tellett of 
\ Virginia Beach. The body was re- 
' moved to the Maetes Funeral 
I Heme. "Funeral arrangements are 
pending. 



COOKE mnwiL menu 

week May l« • » 

Monday: Beef pot pie: raw sa- 
lad; roll; milk; ice cream. 

Tuesday: Hamburger on bun: 
green beans: roll; milk: chocolate 
puddlrig. 

Wednesday : Chew mein on 
noodles rics: roll; milk: ambrosia. 

Thursday: Roast beef: pota- 
toes: raw carrot; rjll; milk; ap- 
ple. 

Friday: Fish sticks: turnip 
greens; apple .sauce; corn bread 
or roll; milk: half orawje. 



Local Company 
Has TV Program 

A Virginia Beach company is 
sponsor of a weekly television 
program that can be seen each 
Saturday afternoon ever Nor- 
fcik's WTAR-TV. The program 
deals with lawn problems and 
the care cf plants and grass. 

The interesting program which 
is televisied in conjunction with 
the work of the various garden 
clubs in the area is sponsored by 
the Organicus Company, of Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

This week's program is sche- 
duled to be televised about 1:15 
p. m- this Saturday just prior to 
the major league baseball game. 
Those interested in lawn prcb- 
lems and garden work should 
tune into this program. 



LICBNSBD TO WED 

In Prtaieesa Anne Cmraty 

REED AND BROOKS — Harry 

J Rppd 21 USN, Oceana, and 
Ebie J. Bfook.s, 22. telephone op- 
erator. Virgmia Beach. 

WlLUA»ffl AND WOODS - 
Wade Wililams. .Jr.. 31. prt^ram 
dlr«:tor. Virginia Beach, and Sa- 
rah S. Woods, 38. teacher, Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

pRurrr and mayor — Don- 

ald O. Pruitt, 22, USA, Pint Story, 
and Flovian J. Mayor, 17. wait- 
ress. Port Story. 

MILNHt AND BARLOW - 

Harry Bowser Milner, Jr.. 18. 
traffic checker. Norfolk and Car- 
olyn Hollowell Barlow, 17, secre- 
tary, Norfolk, 

H.\RDY AND MANGES Mar- 
vin Bradford Hardy. 24, salesman, 
Norfolk, and Dolores Jean Man- 
g23, 19. secretary. Virginia Beach. 

BARNES AND BULLOCK - 
Charles K. Barnes. 26, farmer. 
Virginia Beach, and R)nnie E. 
Bullock, 33, waitress. Virginia 
Beach. 

B.^CHAN AND ILLSLEY 

Thomas Gerald Bachan. 26. pi- 
lot. Virginia Beach, and Thelma 
J. Illsley. 20, no occupation list- 
ed, Virginia Beach. 

GAROFALO AND SHAW Vin- 
cent Francis Garofalo, 24. USN. 
Cceana, and Julia Patricia Shaw. 

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Nosnrgcryce^cd 

to reduce sweiling 

of painful piles! 

In doctor's tests, amazing new 
Stainless Pazo instantly relieved 
piles' torture! Gave Internal and 
external relief— without surgery! 
6 medically-proved Ingredients re- 
lieve paln,ilcnlng instantly! Reduce 
twellmg. Promote healing. You sit, 
walk In comfort ! Only stainless pile 
remedy. Stainless pazo(S> Supposi- 
tories or Ointmerrt at druggists. 



26, no oanfUum li^cd, Virginia 

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HOLLAM) AND GOODMAN — 
Harry Eteniel Holland. Jr^ 36, 
brick mason. nort<Ak, and Betty 
C. Ooodmar, no oomowtion llat«d. 
Aptos, C«lif. ! 

Mclaughlin and Mcdoo- ' 

O.ALD — Thtanas C. Mclaughlin. 
Jr . 23, U€«IC. Norfolk, and Neva 
Rae McDougald, 30, traffic clerk, 
! Neiw Orleami, La. 

CLINE AND PORSY — Howard 
Milton Cline. 31, xmH. Norfolk, 
and Gladys Mae Faifiy, 30, stock ' 
cltrk. Lofton ft-idge. 

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B^Kh H^ N^ers Place Second 
To Prmcesf Atme m Tournament 



h»M in Sirffolk on May 3 Those 
■undine m>rMM>*atlv« w«e Vlr- 
i:nM Braft). E)t»|> Cr»ek, ^ine«M 
Amir, Orfat ft-Mge and 9iiff(4k. 
R;i?reKntiiw the local hi«h ^riiool 
ntanuel flUMas. Bill Cul- 
^rhouse, AflWey Hayccn, Oeorge 
jriptte and Mymle Woodward. 
i2y werf Mwcmpanled l^ Coach 
Salter Tasker. 

I 7h« nnlority of »>e sineies 
|Mtcih« m.Te held in the mom- 
lit, jai oi the Virginia Beach 
kojs ioa exceptionally well, wln- 
iint oat m the first round. They 
futd not so well in the second 
Anind, but aU played their hearts 
iut. Bill Culverhouse vrant into 
Cue seeai-finals of the singles. 
• Suffolk Hl?h was host for a 
liMsaiH luncheon hour. foHow- 
ln« «'hj;h the doubles notches 
took place. Katsias and Haycox. 
IRrgliMa Beach's "nuirtber one" 
6aiMa team, put up a gam? bat- 
Ite but lost to a much better team 
&«■! Frincess Anne. 

'fint "number two" team ai 
Culverhouse and Ouelette went all 
tiw way to the finals of the tour- 
manent bfrfcre losing to Princess 
Araje. They beat the "number 
two" team from Deep Creek, the 
"iramber one" team from Suf- 
fbtt, bait could not pass the great 
ifiky of their county rivals. 

' This is tihe first time a Suffolk 
team has not appared in the fin- 
als, accordlrg to reports. 

, the Beach team took second 



irtace In the tourney by virtue of 
playing in the finals 

Other mem^bers of the Virf Inia 
Beach team are Tia Dav\n. Bill 
Everett. David Watts and Man- 
ager Dan Proulx. 

Next on the achtdule \s Crad- 
dock. bcins: played today; Friday 
with Dsep Creek, and May 17 
with Norfolk Academy. On May 
20 the state matches will be held 
in Charlottesville, and Virginia 
Bf ach hopes to be represented. 



Barbecue Supper 
At Courthouse 



A baribecue sujq^er will be 
ssrved by the ladies of the Pungo 
Heme C^monstraticm Cltito this 
Saturday, May 14, from 5 until 8 
p. m.. at the Agricultural Building 
at Princess Anne Court House. 

Besides the .'?upp*r, many other 
articles will be sold, such as pies, 
cakes, candies, hand-sewn items, 
preserves and a variety of plants. 
Free prizes will be given all af- 
ternocn and the grand prize, a 
Westir.p!hou3e 18 - foot upright 
freezer, wi.l be given as the finale. 

All proceeds will go to the 
buiding fund of the Sandbridge 
Ccmmunity Center, which the 
Pun^o HDme Demonstration Club 
is soofjiiDring. The public is cor- 
dially invited to attend. The price 
will be |] per plate. 



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Utw FMtM 

(Conttra^ tnm T»t» Oae) 

oiit to from fout to ten inehes 
when open and stands from two 
to four feet above the water's sur- 
face, The leavts, of a blue-green 
hue. vary in diameter up to 24 
inches. 

Mrs. Reed credits Mrs. Louisa 
VenaWe Kyle, a feature writer fw 
the Norfolk Virglnran-Pilot, with 
focussing pirt>llc attentl<m on the 
spectacular beatuty of the unus- 
ual flower in articles puUlshed 
during the blooming period in re- 
cent yeara. 

Grown by Intfam 

In 1807 when the first cokm- 
ista landed at Cape Henry, the 
native wild American YeUow Lo- 
tus was found growii^ in water 
gardens tended by the Indians, 
who used the starch tubers and 
seeds for food. As the colonists 
depended on the food suM>lles 
brought from Engtand. or upon 
the grain and vegttaibles they 
could barter from the Indians, It 
is believed that they likewise got 
to know the value of the lotus for 
its edible parts. 

While there are lotus to be 
seen in isolated places from On- 
tario eastward and southward to 
Florida, and west to Michigan, 
Illinois and Nebraska, only at 
Sand a-idge is it known to flour- 
ish in any quantity. In season, 
the lotus blooms cover more than 
a mile of marshland and extend 
almost a half mile at its greatest 
width. 

A hurricane in the late summer 
of 1933 flooded the Sand Bridge 
area with salt water, following 
which the lotus almost disappear- 
ed. Fortunately enough rootstalk 



and seed survived that in the past 
'] fj« y^ars it has spread rapidly. 
I Two factors favor Its growth, the 
' I'irst bbing the peculiar behavior 
I of tha seed as they ripen and 
' germinate, and secondly, the quiet 
i stillness of the stream. 

Any sudden change in the wa- 
ter l£V£l, Mrs. Reed points out, 
; is unfavorable for lotus growth. 
A quick rise will submerge and 
drown the plant, while a sharp 
fall in the water level collapses 
, and. exposes them to death by 
] drying. 

One of the primary objectives 
of the Cape Henry Woman's Club, 



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HE HAPPENS TO LIVE "deep in the heart of 
Texas" where it gets hot in the Summer— 
very hot! Long before "dog days" arrive. 
BUT, his folks have individual room Air 
Conditioning units, so he — and they — 
enjoy the good old Summertime. 

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THE MORAL IS: Be kind to dogs. And be 
kind to yourself. Buy an Electric Air 
Conditioner NOW and breeze through 
Summer! 

JUST SS YOUR Electrical Dealer tor the 
cool and happy answer. It costs so little— 
'does so much. It^s Electric! 



VmiM OEnMCJIlD HHR cwNinr 



of which Mrs. W. W. ComwH, Jr., 
to president, is the ecsmem^AoA 
at the American TeUow X«t«w. 
which has been adeeted M the 
cXvh flower. Mrs. Loclto Ctek and 
Mrs. Robert Steinhllier. atone 
with Mrs. R. W. Sprulll and Mrs. 
E. L Cooper, are among the other 
clu4» iM'incipals nor shaplnv up 
tiie festival program. 



riLLS CABPr CVKC eAlfCBB 

No cancer has vwx been oatA 
by pills or powders, by quaelu ot 
"wonder doctors." The American 
Cancer Scciety urg» aU cancer 
patients to seek conqtetent medi- 
cal help. 

Realty Trmif in 

(CMittoraed frem Pace ThMe) 

4, plat of North Camellia Acres. 
Sec. 2: tax $18.75. 

Stanley. Inc. to Robert M. Zean 
et ux. lot 17, Mock D, plat of 
Azalea Acres, Sec. 1: tax $18.20. 

Thooifts V. Sanderlin et ux to 
Williani W. Bird et ux, lot 86. 
plat of Lynnhaven Colony. Sec. 2: 
tax $3.30. 

Princess Anne Inp. ft Invest. 
Corp. to R. S. Oifborne, site 7. 
plat of Linkhom nirk; tax $6.00. 

Sunuel Silverman et ux to 
Stanley S. Gross, a parcel of land 
on south side of Va. Beach Blvd; 
tax $4-20. 



Robert O. Peterson et \\% to 
Claude W. Lecmard et ux. lot 3, 
plat vA EMamond Spring Homes; 
tax 817.35. 

Kastem Realty Devel. Coip. to 
dtailes NiMinan Kerlee et ux, 
\(^ M, i^at of Bayville Park, Sec. 
2; tax $16 3?. 

National Bank of Commerce of 
NbrfMi et als to S. B. Evereit et 
ux. let 33. block 17. plat of Ocean 
Park, Sec. D; tax $0.75. 

Bemice M. Simpson to Charlie 
T. Woodall. Sr.. et ux, site 43. 
plat of Lakeview Park, Sec. 1; 
tax $1.95. 

Claudia E. I«mibert et als to 
Charlie T. Woodall, Jr., et ux, 
site 85, plat of Lakeview Park. 
Sec. 3; tax $1.05. 

Louis B. Pine et ux to H. E. 
Brown et al, lot 2, block 8, plat 
of Bean Garden; tax $2.25. 

W. D. Joyner et ux to Louise 
P. Marfan, lot 3, biuck D, plat 
of Bay Colony, S3C. 3; tax $3.75. 

Clem Hamilton et ux to Eva 
Lundy. lots C and D, located near 
Burton's Statlcn: tax $1.80. 

Jaquelln E. Taylor et ux to Col- 
ony Const. Corp. lot 30, plat of 
Kempsville Colony. Sec. 1; tax 
$3.30. 

Walter H. Riddick et ux to 
Olenwood Morgan et ux. lot 21, 
plat of L & J Sites: tax $1.05. 

Stanley, Inc. to Richard A. 
Herring et ux. lot 19. block D, plat 
of Azalea Acres. SeC; 1: tax $19.20. 

T. M. Bellamy, Inc. to Edward 
G. Durlvage et ux, portion of 



tract No. 2. plat of Woodlawn 
Farm; tax $2.10. 

Viking Const. Corp. to Sdlie <. 
Sparks et ux. lot. 25, plat of Lau- 
rel Manor; tax $16.M. 

J Beverly Sawyer et als to S. 
W. Buckner. a 99 acre tract of 
land known as ^wyer Estate; tax 
$1.05. "-. 

Archibald S. Wilson et ux to 
Abraham L. Miller et ux. lot 15. 
block 19, plct of Cape Henry, Sec. 
D; tax $29.25. 

S. S. Squires et ux to Vernon 
Booker Lee. parcel located near 
Princess Anne Courthouse; tax 
$1.50. 

Ori^ss Realty Corp. to Erin C. 
Mills et ux, lot 12. block F, plat 
of River Forrest Shores; tax $1.M. 



Louis B. Pine to Edward L. 
Kbnhall, 1(^ 33. idat of Wiest 
Place; tax ^.90. 

Anne H. Davis et vhr to Dcmald 
Douglas Lewis et ux, lots 27 and 
28. block 31, plat of East Oeean 
View, Sec. 2; tax $16.36. 

S. A. Stone et ux to Walton D. 
Maynard et ux. lot 127. plat of 
Fair Meadows; tax $16.20. 

Ann H Glasser et ata to Mollle 
Gordon, lot 15, block 19. plat of 
East Ocean View. Sec. 1; tax 
$0.75. 

Rudolph Mackey et ux to Sa- 
rah Ferebee Harris, a .75 acre 
tract near Euclid; tax $0.75. 

James A. Fleming et ux to Ar- 
chie O. Batts et ux, lot E-5. lov 
rated near Greenwich; tax $0.90. 



Josepii C. Ad^yastcm et ux t» 
Margaret Jane T«R^7. a 8.18 aer« 
ttvct near Lcnig Cn^; tax $7.3t. 

Caraellia Homes, lac. to Clif- 
taeA hewy Sears et ux. lot 34. 
bUttfk 7, plat «f North Camellia 
Acres, Sec. 3; tax |18.76. 

Camellia Homes. Inc., to Wll- 
Uam Edwin Holzschuh et ux, lot 
11. Mock 3. plat of North Camel- 
lia Acres, Sec. 3; tax $18.45. 



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April 30th 1956, are now due and payable. 

AppIicaMon blanks may be had in the office of the Commissioner of the Revenue, 
City Hall, and every assistance will be rendered in preparation of same. 

License Ordinance requires filing of application and payment of liceme during the 

month of May. 

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muffler and exhatnt s^tcia, wln- 
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JAMBS POnCT MwIEK, 

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BErriR MnTSiNi mbnuuk. 

Defendant. 

Jfc Ml ^^ a^m Ha ■ '■ - — 

OffVSr OT I ■MMallUB 

The ditjeet of this auit to to ob- 
tain a divorce from the bonds of 
matrbnony from the said defend- 
ant, upon the groonds of deser- 
' tkm. And an affidavit having 

' been made and filed that the de- 
fendant is not a resident of the 
State 6t l^irginia, the last known 
post office address being: 16 Park 

— Avenue, Apt. No. 11. New Ywk, 

I Hew York, it Js ordered that she 
do Appear here irithin ten (10) 

I days irfter dae pdUlcation toereof , 

I and do what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this suit. 

I A Ctopy-^Teste: 

' 4 iOmt V. t<BNTRE!SS, Clerk. 

I By: Oerald F. WilHams, DjC. 

I KeUam ^nd Kellam, 

I Jamea M. Pickrell, p. q. 
Bosrd of Trade Building 

I Norfolk, Virginia S-5-4t 

^ iritglafai: 

M the Clerk's Office 9I the Cir- 
eoH Goort of tbe Coonty of 
Mneess Anne, on the 2nd day 
of May, 1995. 
W. P. WHTTEIimiST, Plaintiff, 
t versus 
8. A. STONE and PHYUJS D. 
STOKE, Husband and Wife, 
address unknown. 

Defendants. 
' Or^r of Pnblication 

For Attachment 
The object of the above entitled 
auit, pending in the above entitled 
Court, is to attach certain real 
prtHierty of the defendants in 
Princeail Anne County, Virginia, 
* said property being described in 
the petition filed in said suit, and 
to subject the same to the pay- 
ment of the indebtedness of said 
S. A. Stone and Phyllis D. Stone 
to the plaintiff in the sum of 
Five Thousand Four Hundred 
Dollars ($8,400.00) with interest 
thereon »nd plus attorney's fees, 
which said indebtedness is more 
partteularly described in said pe- 
tition. 
J Affidavit having been duly fil- 
ed that the defendants are non- 
residents of this state and their 



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last adAreas to uiUcnown, and it 
mppettrtot that service won said 
dtfoidiuito cannot be bad in Uito 
^•te, it is ordered that tiiey do 
Wpeaf. iHthin ten days after doe 
pul^catlon of tois order, and do 
what is necessary to protect their 
interests. 

And it is ordered that thte or- 
der be ptrtHished once a week for 
four successive weeks in the Vir- 
ginia Beach Sun-News, a newspa- 
per jprtriished in Princess Anne 
County, Virginia. 

A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FEirTRSBS, Clerk. 
By: E. A. Atnrood, D.C. 
James A. Murphy, p. q. 5-5-4t 



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ComflMMnrealtft of Vlrfinla: 
In the Clerk's Mfiee ml the Clr- 
eoit Court of the Coonty of 
Priaeeaa Amw, on the 27th day 
of A»rH, IMS. 
HiA MOeUEY. Plaintiff. 

Against 
JAMES RI^aSEL MOOiET, 

Defendant. 
Order of TmmaMtm 
The object of thto suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of confinement 
in a penitentiary for a felony. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, tlw last known post 
office address being 0. 25490-C4D 
Penitentiary Reidsville, Georgia, 
It to ordered that he do appear 
here within ten <10) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to protect 
his interest in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 
By: Oerald F. Williams, D.C. 
Richard O. Brydges, p. q. 
Attorney at Law 
Virginia Beach. Va. 5-7-4 



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Commonwealth of Virginia: In 
the Clerk's Office of the Clnwlt 
Court of the Coanty of Princess 
Anne, on the isth day of A^l, 
1955. 
MARGARET ELIZABETH RAN- 
DOLPH. Plaintiff. 
agalH'St * 
GEOROE GILraaiT RANCXXiPH, 
Defendant. 
Order of iPublleation 
The object of this Euit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said deleiufant, 
upon the grounds of cruelty and 
desrtion for a period if more than 
one year. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, ithe last known post 
oftice address being: N. S. 24260- 
479, COB 472 EAB, APO 230, C-o 
Postmaster, New York, it to or- 
dered that he do oippear here 
within ten (10) days after due 
publi^tion hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A. Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 
By: E H Atwood, ti. C. 
Wiliard J. Moody, p.q. 4-21-4t 



Commonwcal(.h of Virginia, 
In the Clerk's Office of the Clr- 
ciilt Cburi of the County of 
Princess Anne, on the 3rd day 
of May, 1955. 
MILDRED DAVISON HAYES, 

against Plaintiff, 

WILLIAM STANLEY HAYBB^ 

, . Defedant. 
Order of Publication 
The object of this suit to to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendant, 
upon, the grounds of cruelty and 
desertion. And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the de- 
fendant is not a resident of the 
State of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 1401 
Central Avenue, Lalcewood. New 
Jersey, it is ordered that he do 
appear here within ten <10) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 
By: Gerald F.| Williams, D.C. 
Gordon E. Campttell, p. q. 
1C2I Bank of Commerce Bldg. 
Norfolk, Vii^inia. 5-12-4t 



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Oeean Lake Apirtments 

ATUNTIC AVE. AT SEVENTH ST. 

MODERN ONE AND TWO BEDROOM APARTMENTS 
$6^.Sd • $7I.S0 Monthly • Year Itound Rentals 

BHimishcd - Small Additional Charge 

PlaygroMMis — Lanidry Fadiilics • Ample Pariui^ 

"BaUiing and Fislitog M Yom Froat Dotn^ 

GEO. N. BADRAN & CO. 



H. H. 



REALTORS 

Vlrsiaia Bcadi Office -?- 214 • *th St. 
■, Mr« — Va. 



22tlM 



iOaClKLUamoKm: Seerelarlid 
tetoelKme aervfee. Denendable. 
effksieiit, ^UaMe tcaevtione 
aOTioe. 24 homrs a day service. 
Phone 399-W. 3-24-TFN 



MISC.: Win watch chlliben from 
8:30 A. M. to 11:30 P. M. Phone 
1380 W. 4-28-TFN 



AKOLUTEtY 1«EE ' Olp IMs 
all and pnatm H n/Hk atj/ tew- 
ins madilar or law* mower re- 
pair Job and we wH dtarpcn 
IIIEE om pair of sdMors or two 
iaivtfl. 
Joe E. Ellldtt,s Fn-IT SHOP 
Btrdmck RomI PHONE ISef-W 



HELP WAinXD: E3EPERIENC!B> 

SAUSSMAN. We have an open- 
ii« f or a man intereated in a 
permanent Mlling opxxMrtimity 
witn enmings of ofver liisoo a 
year. Please at«t^ experience in 
detail. Write Mr. Hirers Box 
iTOe Norfonp. Tft. 5-12-lt 



m types nnwMMrrlat 
tme boosiiMld l ef rl es Mtt e n ri< 
s» UnoM&romats. XJealw for 
Hintinchouse and FMalidaire. 
W. C. Mmaon RaMcerstieB, 
|22 ITtt Btaeet, V^rdate Beaidi. 
them tm " (30 TSARS AT 
VIlKlnillA BiACH> a-t-TTlf 



• WANnO to MIY 



Jl. 



WAirr TO BfTY: llouselMrid fur- 
nttore and fomidiings. Tele- 
plMiw Virginia Beaeh S8B7. 

4-».Tro 



• LEOAL NOTICES 



Commonwealtti if Vlrglnl*. 

In the Clerk's Offlee of ike Clr- 

colt Court of the Coanty of Prln- 

cesa Anne, on the 9th day of 

MKy. 'IMS. 

miDINIB MILLER OOKBNKOSKI 

PlaintUf, 
against 
HENRY WILLIAM OCHEN- 
K06KI, 

Defen^nt. 
Order of rublkatlon 
The object of thto suit is to 
Obtain a divorce from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds of 
Desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
Made and filed that the defend- 
ant to not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 1 Willoiirdale 
Avenut, Port Washington, Long 
Island, New York it is or^red 
that he da appear here within 
ten (10) days after due publica- 
tion hereof, and do what majr be 
necessary to i»-otect hto interest 
in thto suit. 

A Copy— Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 
, By: Oenald P. WiUiams, D.C. 
Richard O. Brydges, p. q. ' 
Attorney at Law 
206 - 19th Street 
Virginia Beadi, Va. 

5-12-4t 



Office of the Commissioner bf Ac- 
counts; Circuit Court, Coiinty 
Mf l^ncess Aiihc, Viivihfat. May 
5, 1955. 
TO THE CREDITORS OP 
AMY E. MOORE, Deceased: 

Notice is hereiby given, pursuant 
to Section 84-161, Code of Vir- 
ginia, that the undersigned 6om- 
ini^dne): of Accounts having for 
settlement the accounts of The 
National Bank of Commerce of 
Norfolk, Paul D. Moore and Rus- 
sell E. Pelot, Executors of the es- 
tate of Amy E. Moore, decesed, 
and having been requested by the 
said fiduciaries so to do, has ap- 
pointed the 3l5t day of May. 
1956, at ten o'clock, a. m., at 
Room 316 Monticcllo Ai-cadc 
Building. Norfolk, Virginia, as the 
time and place for receiving proof 
of dcfcts or demands against the 
said decedent or her estate. 
ERNEST 8. MERRILL 
Commissioner of Accounts 
5-12-2 



NOTICE 

This is to notify the public 
that on May 9, 1955, the under- 
signed trading as the Princess 
Anne Hotel will apply to sell beer 
and wine for on premises con- 
sumption from the Princess Anne 
Hotel, 25th street and Atlantic 
Avenue, Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

PcotI, Slrrlins 

t/a rtinccsi Anne Hotel 



ZIPPERS 

• repaired 

• Replaced 

Cmnplete Repain on 
HAND BAGS - LE.%TIIER 
JACKETS • UMBREX.LAS 
• LUGGAGE • iSOU? BAGS 
- SADIM,BS 

GRANES 

REPAIR SERVICE 
434 UaieB SMH 
NO»«JC» VA. 



flOUP WAtriiD: T. V. Techfnt- 
eiin. Puil ttflse, part tiaie, ii>- 
•Mf, outside work. If n^ first 
€lass fechidclan do not ans- 
Irtor thto ad. Apifly in person 
10:aa A. U. - 12:00 noon Louis 
L. *<». 238 - 17th St. next to 
Vep Co. 5-12-lt 



HELP WAirrED: Men - Mecb- 
Anical abiUty to install and 
Sctvice room lUr eoilditioneri, 
also commercial and industrial 
air conditioning. Pall or part 
time. Apply in person only - 
10:00 A. M. - 12:00 noon Louto 
L. Fox. 236 - 17th St. 5-12-lt 



HBU> WAllnlBD: Young Man to 
learn T. V. repah- and installa- 
tion. We train you. Bright fu- 
ture for neat aiqiearlng indus- 
trious yoilng man willing to 
work hard to learn the trade. 
Louto E. Fox, 226 17th St. Ap- 
ply in person only. S-12-lt 



WAITED TO BUY: CLEAN COT- 
TON RAGS. Prefer no bnttoM or 
bvcklet. Vvgioia Beach Son-Newa, 
1108 Paeifit Avsaue. across from 
dM UA of. Vfatfaiia Beadi. 



WAfPTEb TO BOY: Hav?f2,a^ 
ta) secotid anortfface at 8 per- 
cent interest. Would Mce to tne 
toi yurehase of ^ bedroom cot- 
tage ai north End Ocean side. 
If inter^ted write Mrs. L. B. 
Beasley Munden, Va. 4-38-St 



• KM SAU 



FOB SALE: Auto for sale 1H9 
Ciidalic 82 Convertsfele beauti- 
ful black ftiMh. WMt top * 
sidewalto. Excellent condition 
fully equ^ed $1150. Phone 
2158 M. Private Owner. 

5-12-2t 



90m atOM: iM^artaient nse 
"Cltefs Prtde" gas ringe at 'A 
price. ROeoi Air OomHtknn- 
1/y ton "OUMtr 2 Burner hot 
|Ma wttb portaMe oven. Ba- 
ported Electrte aewinc mai^idne. 
Four ChroMe baas piastte seat- 
ed, bar stooto. 48 Inch. Elcctirlc 
Stefc Pi^ imim aad disposal 
conMnation. ftnaB Bstey Fad- 
ing orpkn. 1 pr. Hollywood Be<to 
aad headboard, and many osore 
baivains at Things UnllBBlted 
— 31at St Pacifle Ave.. Virgintot 
Beadh. Va. Phone 3878. 

5-12-lt 




FOR BM£: Uma - Two Gray 
Wilton, black figure, livlna 
roon rags. 9 by 12 and 4 by 
7, $36.00. Phone 1711 J. 

5-12-3t 



fOR SAIC: Sweet potatoes 
plants, copperskin pmrto rico, 
deep, rich orange flesh, vine 
lyipe good flavored: 300 - 11.80; 
880 - 82.40; 100 - $3.90, ,000 
in apple basket 1 17.90. Robert 
Stmmoh, ffiianm, Tenn. 



BMM, OR 

llediam iSas _ 

aenter of belt rentid aamm 
Useeatiy deeoraced mmI aMr 
AaeMMd. RieMy for IRM Bea- 
dM. Phone H. O. Utm. itm 
Jdjrvto ft Kltchin »S tnt^ 
1374. 5-13-lftl 



FOR SAUC: Electric, gas stoves 
and heating stoves. Batoy bad, 
dinette set, refrigerators, desks. 
beds and many other items, at 
low iirlces. Phone 82 J 3. 

4-7-TrN 



FOR SAIiE: 3-pieee Ihring room 
suit, fair and reasonable. Phone 
1731R. 5-12-lt 



F08C SALB: AKC rsgtotered brai- 
ds, nMM and fonale. Seven 
months old. Partially trained. 
House broken, reasonable. 
Phone LO 5-2163, Mr. John A. 
Valden. 4-21 -4t 



FOR aALK: Used T. V. All sizes 
dc Makes $29.95 up. HirU TV. 
Phone 2550. 5-5-TFN 



FOR SAUE: Apeit. FrlaMah^ in 
good condition. Call 3354. 

5-12-lt 



HELP WANTED: Ladies Earn 
Extra dash, sell newest ear- 
fings. Write ketiroe Muncie, 
Ind. 6-12-3t 



i SITUATION WANTED 



EMPLOYMENT WANTED: Gen- 
era,! carpentry repair work of 
all descriptions. Alteration and 
new home work, Roofing Etc. 
FHA construction loan. No 
down payment. Phone 3264W. 

5-5-4t 



EMPtiOYMENT WAMtlX): Will 
take care of children at my 
home. 7 A. M. - 6 P. M. Every 
day except Sunday. Rates Rea- 
sonable. Phone 3772J. S-5-3t 



EMPLOTMiarr WANTBD: Roof- 
ing and Sheet Metal Work. 
Warm Aif^-Heating. Free Esti- 
mate. New or Repair work. 
Phone V- B. 1837. &-5-4t 



SrrUATtON WAiNTED: Employ, 
ed refined widcyv would like 
reasonable room with kitcheii 
privileges north of Slst Street. 
Write Box 4 E c/o Sun-NeW^. 

5-12-3t 



EMFtiOTMBNT WANTBD: Set^ 
tied wcman will take care of 
children whil^ mother works. 
Phons 3736 after 4:30 P. M. 

5-12-3t 



*a»aaaaa»a»»»4» »aaa«a« 
RAKED INAMBL 

AUTO 
PAm TDtO 

24 Hour SarvicB 
; ONE TEAk OUARANTH 

JAMES BROS. 
MOTOR GO. 

;OcMna, Vi. HiOM 1303 
> * »»<> 4 i i a><»» »a.i fc.»>e»»4 



FOR SALE: 12ft. Cris-Craft. Run 
About. Center Deck with steer- 
ing wheel $125.00. Phone 992 R. 

5-12-It 



FOR SALE: Refrigerator TA cu- 
bic ft. BxceHent coildition 898. 
Apartment sM BeMrle Range, 
$65; Both for $150. Term^. 
Phone 3366. 5-t2-lt 



FOR SALE: Bargain: G. E. Re- 
frigerator. Bottle Gas Bitatc 
Stove. Gceen dsfvenport - Phone 
3888 J. 6-5-tFM 



FOR SALE: 24-inch power lawn 
mower and roller both 850.00 
Bed room suite - like new 
$80.00. Bed pillows each 80c. 
Phone Vh^inia Beach 1389 W 
or 2805 R. 5-S-3t 



FOR W^M: Several pieces of 
furniture for sale very reason- 
able. Phone 1633J. 5-12-2t 



FOR SMiiB: 1 double wood bed. 
Coil siM-lnas. Enterspring mat- 
tress, $26.00( 1 hotpoint apart- 
ment slse stove. $25.00. Phone 
1503 R. 5-12-3t 



FOR SALB Bargain: Electric Re- 
frigeo-ator $75.00. Baby Crib - 
$10.00. Phone 1208 M. 5-5-2t 



FOR SALE: Carriage for sale - 
Like New. $20.00 - Apply 1412 
Cypress. 8-fl-Tm 



FOR SALE: Splhit piano $136.00 
Call Vkginia Beach 896 M. 

5-5-2t 



FOR SALE-^ 6 cu. foot chest type 
AMANA frecser. Excellent con- 
ditioh. Phone 2843. i-il'ltV 



iUN OIL CdMiPANY 

New actipting applicatioiii lb Imm Ntw Moiitrh, 
Up/kk lUtion Mi M irictM it SBvanbiHtfi Strsil 
anil Mwltttrrantan A»i. Ihfiriiiitioh Cill Mitfison 

2-iin. s-Mt 



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AllNlN-riARRCLL MOTORS INC. 

PRiNtISS ANfiE COUNTY'S ONLY AUTHORIZED 

MiRCUlt DEALER 

tMttletn Service dn All f^4m (X Cart 

NdiMir - tniiiMl Hidiiitifet 



FOR RENT: 2 bedroOm eotti«e 

attractivelly furnished electric- 
ally equipped. Excellent condi- 
tion. The Juan Cottages. 2807 
Holly Road. Phone 1450. 

5-12-9t 




aMe rent. 
welecaK. Pbdnc I9tl 
apartaients. 301 24th Strte t. 

5-5-Tf1l 



FOR REIfT: 2- t >edro cm house, 
newly built. Everything fur- 
nished. Avaitoble June 1. 19S5. 
Irtione 1353 5-12->t 



FOR SALE 

Viivinia Bearh north end 
— the GateWiMMl Cemine- 
tloB Cm poi atkm amfioances 
th« baiMliB of a aambcr ef 
ineuiuB pnccv cmnom rain 
nomes at pvafect avfeca m 
boMUfai Crjrslal Acres, Jost 
^r 58tli ilicel. ttree Mscin 
■lom the eecan, ee we ww 



ttay 1st ef yew ilMlce, First 
MMf BC esmple. 
Hmate er eaMr 
Ml ate cnia- 
Blve aaoits — Aiikmr Ma- 
llli "Bay 
PetaMs irt 
3818. 










vmdmiA SSAett tSDtRAL 

^VINGS AND LO/^ ASSOClAtlON 

210 25th Street Phone 2511 

Virginia Beadi, Virginia 



FOR JUSftT: i-bedrooaa. serain 
porch, completely furnished 
cottage. 1 block from ocean - 
newly decorated - will rent by 
season or month. Apply 308 
24tii m- 9-12-3t 



FOR RENT: Attractive furnished 
5 room house. Fenced In yard, 
screen porch South^n eqio- 
sure. Electrte kitchen. Available 
now. Rent to Responsttile peo- 
ple. See at 317 - 23rd Street or 
Phone Norfolk MA 2-1923. Also 
large three room duplex apart- 
ment screen porcOi, funiliHied 
or unfumliOied. See at 306 - 
21st. Street or Phone Norfott 
MA 2-1923. 5-12-9t 



FOR KBIT: Attracti W. 
2-room fuml^ied apartaMadir 
conch Bed to livliv BSmmB. 
$85.00 per wtOi. tFtQltles. Fitf- 
ttislied, Smnmer Rent. P hcaa 
2957 or 3148. »-13-«W 



FOR Rnrr: imfomistaed M* — 

4 roomi and iMith. 3407 Jratf^ 
Ave. Phone 982 R. 8-13-JI 



FOR SBtT: AimMied ^aarf^ 
mant for rent. 3 roam t a m i < 
private bath, all utUiUee far-i 
nlshcd - |18iK> per wtA^ 
Phone 1868 before 13 ooon^ 
3304 pacific. 5?13-lt 



FOR faan: Ftaia med aaarfr * 
ment - l beAroom, Bvina rntti 
dinette. EleetMe eaa^Bient. Bx-| 
ceilent oondltioB. ITm BomH 
Cottages 3S07 RoUy Rd. 

laso. •- 



I'UMMI 

8-13-3l| 



FOR RENT: One bedroom anart- 
ment Heating stove, electric 
cook stove, Sleetrie refrigera- 
tor, electric hot water heater 
and water furnished. At Lcm- 
don Bridge near N8 RR. Phone 
14, Virginia Beach. 3-17-TlW 

FOR RENT: Seven room dowiw 
stairs f umishsd apartmenti> ati 
24'/^ Street, (behind Post Ci- 
lice.) Convenient - one Mock 
from ocean. Rent by iredt, 
month or summer. Phcne 
1611-W. 3-34--mff 



FOR RBNT: One or two bed-! 
rooms furnished aputmsntal 
A|]|>ly ^Mrtlac JltoartaDents, CM 
cean n^Bt and 8th Btree^ 
Ask for Mrs. Ukan. 4-3l-TM( 

FOR RENT: SeveiU ^o se dn wB i 
apartments and small eftleiaieir 
apartments. Apidy 308 lOUt 
Street g-lf-IVII 



[FOR KStfT: Three apartments^ 
three atid foar rooms - fum- 
islMd. <;^ saaie lat vU lease 
from 1 to 8 years or ssparatdy. 
Narrow Idock to oeean. Con* 
nnlent to eVerniUflt. Flama 
Portamoutli tX - Mill. 



RESIDENT AGEMt 

Lirga oftfaniiaf ion wrHiii| all mit(ir IIims ^ tiMiiMB 
has igBncy d|ttniii§ in Vlffinia Itach arci. 0||lwml 
company Iriinlng |iM|rMi. 

Will consider acthro puf Hmt nMn. 

WiMibliNdNl 

RILIY IL iiMiioiii 

DtStRiCt MANAGER 
733 Roinh ineot PilkMAaN^I NMfiill^Va. 



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VIRGINIA BEACH SUN - NEWS, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1955 



sfUlKmom 



Demotmk Nalbnd Committee 
Chamfim Will Speak in Norlcfk 




rAVL M. BirrLBll, Chafmraii, Democratic National Committee^ 



Paul M. Butler, chairman of the 
Dnnocratic National Committee, 
will be the featured speaker at a 
Jelferson Day luncheon at the 
Ifonticello Hotel in Norfolk on 
Ifajr 28. Mits Blair Stewart. 
inresident of the Wcman's Demo- 
cratic Club or Norfolk and Vicln- i ^ . , ,„ „ ^_» „^ 
Hy. states that invitations have Davis James W. Robots. Theo- 

' dcr» Pilcher, John S. Rixey. Toy 
D. Savage and many other of- 



tional Cammittee, and Miss Kath- 
ryn Polger. Director of the Speak- 
ers Bureau, Domocratic National 
Committee. 

Also invited are State Senators 
Edward L. Breeden and Robert F. 
Baldwin; D3legates Delamater 



be^n sent by the club to Senators 
Harry P. Byrd and Willis Rcbert- 
»on. Representative Porter Hardy. 
Jr., Governor Thomas B. Stanley. 
former Governor John S. Battle, 
Lieutenant Governor A. E. S. Ste- 
I^ens, Attorney General Lind<!ay 
Almond, State Treasursr Jessie 
billon. State Democratic Chair-^ 
man Thomas Blanton, Women '.s 
Democratic Committee Chairman 
Mrs. John Garland Pollard, Mrs. 
Katie Louchelm. Director of Wo- 
men's Activities. Democratic Na- 



fice-holders. 



i^d 



Trade Meeting 

(Continued, from Pace One) 



Prospects Bri|^ 
For Beach in '55 

Jufteing by Inquiries in recent 
weeks, more new hoom wlH be 
built in the Virginia Beach area 
this summer than ever before, ac- 
cording to R. B. Tas^w, local 
Innlding mattrtals dealer and a 
memlber of the Public Affairs 
Committee of the NaUoml Retail 
Lumber Dealers Aasoc^ticm. 

"In addition, local families 
seem to be planning a record- 
breaking volume of home im- 
provements such as new roofs, re- 
modeled kitchens and finlshtaw 
off extra rooms." Mr. Taylor said. 

"Nationally, it is believed that 
total expenditures for residential 
construction and improvements 
will approach $35,000,000,000. or 
slightly more than the estimated 
total for last year. 

"The fast rate of new home 
construction is due to the fact 
that mortgage terms are especial- 
ly attractive and dcwn payment 
requirements never have been 
lower. It is much easier for jro\mg 
married couples to finance new 
homes than it used to be. 

"Moreover, new homes offer 
many added comforts and con- 
veniences which appeal to older 
couples who want to take things 
easier." 

"In the country as a whole." 
Mr. Taylor stated. "56 out of ev- 
ery 100 families now own or are 
buying the home in which they 
live." He added, "It is believed 
that the figure in this respect is 
fully as high here in ViHginia 
Dcach and Princess Arme Coun- 
ty." 



01 Interest To Homemakers 



9f MBS. 



EUlAWnn 9. MAL Hone 



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Trade Committee, .said that a I as t ;j?erver.s. 
group of .students £nd faculty ad- 1 Ihe conference was held last 
visors fr.^m colleges in Virginia I year in Norfolk. It originated as 
and, nearby states will be invited a Project of the Norfolk Port 
to attend this year's conference Authority. 



Great f alereat 'm 
DrawiMtratioM PratraM 

IN SPTTE OP AU* that has been 
said about todajr's "pushbutton" 
housekeeping, demand for home 
demoiMtraticm work has increased 
greatly In l«cent years, accord- 
ing to reports from sta^s and 
counties to the Federal Extension 
j»erv.ce. Nearly 537.000 homemak- 
ers have volunteered ami been 
trained as the selected leaders of 
these groups. Many women turn 
to this educational wmrk to heip 
their families adjust to changing 
times. Those with the double job 
of wage-earning and homemak- 
ing ask for help in efficient man- 
agement, especially time and la- 
bor-saving methods. 

The shift from home production 
cf goods to purchasing as brought 
a demand for training in wise buy- 
ing. The increasing numbers of 
young children and elderly peo- 
ple in our population has caused 
many women to ask for special 
programs en their care. Parm fa- 
milies whose iiMx>mes have drop- 
ped in recent years want the lat- 
est methods of production, pre- 
servation and conservation of 
food or other "do-it-yourself" I 
training that will stretch the fa- I 
mily dollar. 

These are only a few of the 
many lines in which h<mie demon- 
stration work helps the home- 
maker and thus her family and 
community. , 

» • t 

Milk and Fruit Drinks j 

AS MILK PRODUCTION increas- 
es seasonally, many wi.se home- 
makers start collecting nrw milk 
recipes to wheat the family appe- 
tite for this valuable food. 

Por everybody in the family, but 
especially the very young chil- 



drrn, the elderly, convalescents 
or others on a "soft dift," the 
Mssouii Experiment Station has 
developed nutritious and appetiz- 
ing recipe.0 for milk blended with 
various fruits and their Juices. 
The station has tried making 
these with various mechanical 
blenders. 

Seme general tips for making: 
Pour milk into the blender, then 
add other ingredients. Use high 
speed for blending. Serve imme- 
diately if possible. If one drink 
must be stored to chill, reblsnd 
for ten seconds before serving. 
If ice cream is added for extra 
nourishment, cut in pirpes and 
blend until the mixture is creamy. 
The capacity of blenders for milk 
drinks is about two cups of mUk 
plus fruit or other ingredients — 
that i.s. about enough to make 
three drinks. 

Missonri Apricm-i»iilk 

Insredients: *4 cup dried or 'J 



cup canned aprfcots: 2,tMKqMxms 
siigar; 1 8 teaspoon salt; 2 eu|M 
milk. T o make: Add mM-icots, su- 
gar and salt to milk. Blend at 
high speed — 10 to 20 seeoncte 
for canned aiMricots and 30 sec- 
onds to 1 minute for dried apri- 
cots. This makes 3 servings. To 
plump the dried apricots in ad- 
vance, pour boiling water over 
them and let stand 5 to 10 min- 
utes. 

Baaana-Mnit 

Ingredients: 2 cups milk; 2 ripe 
bananas; 2 tableqaoons sugar or 
2 table.spoons molasses. To midte: 
Blend all ingredients I minute at 
hish snesd. If bananas aren't soft 
ripe, increase the blending time. 
This make« three servings. 

Plneayvle-Mni 

Ingredients: 1 cup ml*: '< cup 
crushed canned pineapple; 1 tea- 
spoon sugar: 1 tablespomi lemon 



Jniee. fo Wriw: l^Ml »n tegre- 
diefits 3» ipeoiMli t« one «ilMiite, 
dcpciMMaff M tMn u ms ol p&e- 
apiM. Viuh csekad pytwKpple 
BMrices a fbM-ftavored drink, iNit 
re«rtres akraMiif to uiMWWi fl- 
ben. (Cteeo(*ed piManri* irtt 
cindle iMIk.) fMs recipe makes 
one largt serving. 

fmtamt. 



imd irtaelMf. IMs 



taoiuvts to 



TRB NBCD for vootf packagtoic 
iaerMMa witii the tawOi of 
tine ehMMB Is to be MM fro«en 
and deer«nes with the tenpera- 
ture cf siMWte. tlms. for chick- 
ens hew at »' below mm T for 
only a foir weeks, a pwdMge of 
semi-moisturC'firoof anterta) la 
saUsteetory. But when held at 
zaro degrees P for six months or 
more, a esmirietsly nwtoture-va- 
por-proof packate is required. 

The proUtm of fonntoig the 
package to the sh»pe of the pro- 
duet to exchide all possiMe air Is 
especially difficult with cut-up 
chicken. Heat-shrunk, moisture- 
procf bags strive one prolilem, but 
because the bags are likely to get 
punctured and are difficult to 
pile or wrap up. they are placed 
In cartons to facilitate handling 



WwTf yc«r over time and aludf 
Minira peofMe wander threoib 
the aMthsMitan Smrtltoion's awbi 
iNHkBncs which houae an over- 
whelming fxtt-poiHTl of noe ti'tM 
wes. It bi reported ttet tourists 
come away from the "nslkm's at- 
bc" most reluetaiMly and wiab 
they iMMt aiore Mm to see every- 
thtaf. M is Mid thMt a they nvre 
to apMMl one mimite at eatii Mem ^ 
it frould take 66 years to see the 
total of 3tt mUUon catatogued 
iteBM in the lamithsoniMi. 



Lc« Turner says Uioae low-eut 
gowns mas( be a sign of Intem- 
genoe — all those girls on the 
quia programs wear 'em. 



A new ^e for asbesto-cement 
siding shirwies has been found by 
interior decorators. They are util- 
ising the attractively colored 
idiingles as indues for (Met va- 
!ies and on walls behind flower ar- 
rangements to mask off clashing 
background colors. Because they 
are made in many pleasing c(riors. 
it is easy to choose shingles to 
harmonise with the fkmers. 



EMRHAE 

FORD SALES 

406 17th StrMf, Virginia Beach 




TekphoDe Virglaia Beach 64 or 



{!( MadhOB 2-«492 



MOTORS 

FORD SERVICE 

USED CAR LOT - Route 13Y at BAYSIDB 

Telephone Norfolk LOwctt 3-6809. 





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Proof of Ford's extra worth is its soles gains 
...nurperically greater than any other car in '54. 
And this year, with Trigger-Torque power and 
Thunderbird styling. Ford is more than ever 
America's most wanted car! 

Youll recognize the Thunderbird heritage in 
the new Ford ahnost everywhere you loolc-from 
its visored head lights to its stunning tail fins. 
And a look inside Ford's Luxury Lounge inte- 
riors reveals rich new upholstery and exciting 



trim schemes that are color-keyed to the new 
super-enamel exterior color you select. 

When you take the wheel of the '55 Ford, 
you'll discover the thrill of Trigger-Torque power. 
And Ford's new Angle-Poised Ride brings you 
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Among Ford's other "exdusives" in its field 
are: new Speed-Trigger Fordomatic*; new 10% 
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VIRGINIA B^ACH SUN -NEWS, tHUPSPAY, MAY 12, logS 



pfi^om 



SbaETY DOINGS IN WgNIAjEACHANDTONCES^ COUNTY 



MiM AgnM iUdridge Chooses 
Attendonts For Jnne U Wedding 



mm AgM» Juantta Aklrl<t8« of 
VtrglAia Bearh. whose jnarrlagi' 
to KfidBhipiiiAn Plntard liasruder 
Dyer. m. will take iriace on Sat- 
urday afteriKKHi. June 11. at four 



Tcdbb*Joii68 
Vows Spoken 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Jones 
announce the marriage of their 
daughter. Miss Doris Jeanette 
J3nes, to Unwood ^Idwin Tabb, 
Jr.. sDn of Mr. and Mrs. Llnwood 
Baldwin Tart*. The ceremony took 
place Sjiturday morning May 7, at 
eleven o'clock In the Krst Meth- 
odist Church, Norfolk, with the 
Rev. Henry A. Harrell. pastor, of- 
ficiating, in the presence of the 
Immediate families. 

After a northern wedding trip 
Mr. and Mrs. Tabb will reside in 
Norfolk. 



o'clork in the Virginia Beach 
Methodist Church, has cho.sen as 
her matron of honor. Mrs. J. Ro- 
bert Deville. of Alexandria, La.. 
sister of the brld-H.-oom-elec-. 

Miss Barbara Dean Henley of 
Norfolk will be' maid of honor, 
and bridesmaids will be MIsss Mary 
Us Ward and Miss Ullian Belle 
Broker of Virginia Beach. Mrs. 
John Salmons of Princess Anne 
County, and Mrs. Charles Prank 
Rutherford. Jr.. of Norrjlk. Miss 
Ann Carswell of Norfolk will be 
flcwer girl. 

Plntard Magruder Dyer, Jr.,. of 
Alexandria. La., will be best man 
for his son, and groomsmen will 
be Rcbsrt Daville and James 
OTfeal. of Alexandria. William 
Alton Carswell of Norfolk. George 
Lemuel Aldrldge, Jr., of V.rginia 
Bsach, brother of the brid£-eljct, 
and Kermit Simmons Land. Jr., 
of Princess Anne County. J. Ro- 
bert Deville. Jr.. of Alexandria. 
La., will be rii« bearer. 



WilNams-Wikon 
Engagemenl 
Is Announced 

Raymond L. Williams of Knotts 
Island. N. C. announces the en- 
gagement of hiis, daui'hter. Miss 
Djnna Fay Willlanas, of London 
Br.iS^e, to Claude Klv.n Wilson, 
son of Mrs. Edwin G. Wilson of 
Norfolk, and the late Mr. WUson. 

Th3 wedding will take place 
Saturday, June 4. 



ipmOe Baptist Church Scene i Borbora Braneb 
CM Milner - Barlow Wedding Chooses June 4 

For Nuptial Day 



Betty 




/K Real "Find" for Girls 3's to 14's 

Gabardine Shorts & 
Matching T Shirts 
each $195 \ 

Typical of the "betfer-Iooliing-than-tiie-price" clothis 
at Ross Hall . . . well mad;, fins gabardine sha.ts wi 'i 
button cuff and waist band elasticizctl in back. In 
"Spanking While," flower pastels and dark green . . . 
and in the same colors, washable knit T shirts you can 
match" or contrast with th; shorts. 3's to I4's in 
bathing suits— $2.95 up. 




ROSB/HAtt 

6 Miles Wf»l ol Va Bciidi on Va Beach Blvd. 



Personal Mention 

Mr. a.nd Mrs. A. Crensha 

R?cd, Jr., and two children, of 

Norfdk, are .spen<!ing a month 

at the Re-d cottag* at Rudee 

Heights. 

« * • 

Mr. and Mrs. Hampton H. Sc- 
well recently had a-, their 2iie.st 
for several days Miss Theresa Ma- 
thias. of Frederick. Md. 

• .!■ + 

Mrs. Martha Justice Pender, whc 
th.s winter has been residing on 
59th Strset, moved last ,vc?k tr, 
her ntwly-completed i;;)mr in Bay 

Colony. 

« * » 

Mrs. Alice Por'jss-IIai t, Mho ha- 
been iperding the w nter monthr- 
at Palm Beach, Pla., has rpt,ii'.n- 
ed to the Ocean Terrace Hjte' 

for the summer. 

• • * 

Mrs. Charles Dcjghtle has re- 
turned h:me aft;r v siting hei 
son-in-law and daughter, Mr 
and Ms, R'bart Crile, at theij 
home, "Eragle Gap Far.-n," ir 
Grsenwocd. Virginia. 

• *. « 

Mrs. Arthur Winder left Mon 
day to visit her parents. Mr. and 
Mrs. Stephen E. HEmilton, at 
their home in Wilmington, Dil, 

Mr. and Mrs. Karl A. Wundcr 
of Birdmck Point, spent lasi 
weekend in Chapel Hill visiting 
their son, Cyrus Ru.st Cottun, 
and Mrs. Cottcn. 

• ♦ • 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Guy, Jr., 
lave returned to their hime in 
Bay Colony art.r .s^jendin;; thi 

weekend at Nags Head. 

• • « . 

Mrs. Guy Wybi) returned home 
Sunday ai^ter spelncLng six weeks 
«lth her daugihter, Mrs. Gordon 
Christian, and Mr. Christian, in 
Charlotte. N. C, and another 
laughter, Mrs. E. Augustus Wnlte- 



[, The marriaee of Mi.ns Carolyn 
I H'-.Ur.*Pll Barlrw. d'.usrhlf^r of Mr. 
I and Mrs. Garland Barlow of 
I KempsvUl?. to Harry B. MiiJier, 
Jr.. son cf Mr. and Mr.3. H. B. 
Milnsr of Knoxvilte, Tcnn., took 
I place Saturday, April 30. at four 
i o'clcck in the afttrnoon in the 
j Kem'3s\'ille Baptist Church. The 
1 double ring ceremony wai per- 
I formed o:i the Rev. Arnol:' Blount. 
I Tha church was decor".ttd wiih 
j fern, whits flowe.-«, palm, riid 
: lighted candlt-s. 

The bride, g.ven in marriage by 
her father, wore a bridal ■ iwn 
jf bridal satin styled with stand- 
ng ccilar, embroidcrei wi*h so- 
quins. with fitted b^dicD and 
bouffant skirt with a train out- 
lined in hand-appliquel in.et.s of 
Chantilly lact. H^r v.ii •a:^.^ ar- 
angtd from a caplet of tulle, se- 
luins and seed p:arls. Sh? car- 
ried a ca.scade bouquet of white 
carnations centorrd v.iili a wiiite 
orchid, 

Mrs. W.iliam C. Enilrw. as ma- 
hurst, and Mr. Whit hur.v... at 
-heir heme in Knoxvilie, Tcnn, 

6 • « 

Mrs. Hugh Coates. w.no hns 
been residing; in th? Maytlawei 
jpartmants, has rec nly moved 
.0 an ayartm at en 50th Streei,. 



OLD 
»OV£R 

now Q years old 



Bottled 

in 
Bond 




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10 PROOF 

HAflDIUL MSmXERS PBODUCTS CORPCAAllOIf , NEW TMK, RT. 



tron r,f hnnc^r. and Mis.s Mary 

Clay NicU.,1-?, ai maid cf honor. 

wci-e ballenna-kngth gowna m 

blue and pink, made with U-neck- 

! lines, .^hort sleeves, torso bodice 

i and full skirts with a bow at the 

i t»ck. 

They carried nosegays of chrys- 
anhemums and snapdragons. 

1'r.; h.'-idesmaida weic Mi.-!s 
Siiiiisy Humphries and Miss .Jo 
Ann Cr::^kmore. They wor.? gowns 
styled like thise cf th3 iionor at- 
tendants and carried sim lar 
msfgays. 
1 Trm Herginroiicr of Mrptor, 
Chio, was best man and grooms- 
men were William C. Barlow, Ro- 
bert L. Davis, R:bert Stri=tdot 
and Pet3 Greene, M.;« John A. 
Hutchinson was mi.?tress of cere- 
mnnirs. 

fjllowirs the ceremony, a re- 
ception was held in -ttie church 
sccial hall. Later Mr. ana Mrs. 
Milner lift on a sDuthern weddin-? 
trip, Th?y are residing tempor- 
arily with the bride's pa'^nts. 



Miss Barbara Faye Brunch, 
djmglrter of Mrs. Victor Elmo 
Branch and the late Mr. Branch, 
has choeen Saturday, Jwne 4, as 
the dnte for her marr;aE!e to Wal- 
ter Maher Wales. The ceremony 
will take place at ^hr"? o'clock in 
the afternoon In tht Park Place 
Method.st Church. Norfolk, 

Miss Branch has chosen a."? her 
matron of hVior, Mrs. J»hn M. 
Pool of Rchmond. Ml«s Shlrl?y 
Mae DDnn.!l'-y «.I1 be bridesmaid, 
and junior Kidfsmaiis w.U be 
Miss Claudia Ann PartJn ar.d 
Miss Judith Ann Gray, both cou- 
sins of the bride. 

James Cofer Wales will be b;rt 
man for his twin brothei-. and the 
groomsmen w.il be John M. Pool 
an-j Frank Rob^.tson of Rch- 
mond. Charles Brown of Norfolk, 
and George Barco of Vir,a,nia 
Beach. 



Mr. and Vta. Clu«nee Crvlne 
I Harris of London Bridge an- 
I nouiK* the wifafement cf their 
I daughter. liJa Betty Juanita 
! Harris, to *mim» Clette Warren. 
I son of Mr. and Mrs. 8. Lewis War- 
! ren, of WaynestxJro. Tenn. Tl.e 

wedding (tote nas beer, set for 

June 20. 



frcm Arlington to rpend 
weeks with Mrs. Lcwni'in'.s < 
M'.s.s Plorenre LeMoinv. 



two 

;Ist;r, 



Peanut hulls have many indus- 
trial u*es. They are used as a 
grinding and polishing abrasive 
and sound insulation. They are 
also sold as poultry litter and for 
roughage in poultry feed. 



Opens Offices 
Dr. J. A. While 

Dr. J. A. White, a Virginia 
Beach resident of long standing, 
has cpened hU off ,ce for the prac- 
tice of medicine in the Mayflow- 
er apartment building. 

Dr. White has recently had his 
resignation accepted by the U. S. 
Navy after serving thirteen years 
as a flight surgeon. He left the 
service as a Commander, having 
o.^n appointed to that rank in 
1M9. 

j Dr. White received his B S. I 
! degree from Wake Forest College 
in 1938, and his MD. degree from 
the Medical College of Virginia 
In IMl. He served his Intemshir) 
at Norfolk General Hospital, and 
was surgical resident at the time 
cf entering the service. 



M:S3 Barbara Hitchirgs. dau3h- | 
...• ol Mr, and Mr.'. Charks H \ 
'I tchirgs cf Coeana. a student at '• 
-\aary Washington Coilcg? nil! | 
;p£.nd this weekend in A.shland t 
and attend the dances jt Ran- I 
lolph Macon Cnlk^e. 

Mrs, Pa'ri:!c H. Allen and Mr? 

Will-am G. Thomp.^^on, Jr.. :nent 

everal days last week, on tour i.t 

the cuPont G?.rd.n. n ir W.i- 

mington, Del. 

* + t , 

Mr. and Mr.^. J. E. Mullins lof' 
\venue C, ar ■ .'.prndinjr somo timt' 
it St.'7ii.'.n(i;is, V.t?;!i i-Lind'-. 

* ■■f .« 

Mis. E'wnid M. Ifavdy left to- 
-lay to v.:-;it rLluu.t.^ in Cwnoct- 
cut. 

• « ■ * 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hoifees 
nave returnad to thciv hems on 
Holly RDad after s'lpndfn:^ .sev 
'lal days in Atlantic Ci.y, N. J. 

# * * 

Mr, and Mrs, Clay Pi.nry. Jr, 
vho have been spending the «,'in- 
,er months in Flarida. arc re- 
iding tcmoorarlly witii Mr. ppr- 
"y's mother, M:s. H. Cl-riy Pnry 
m 19th Street. 

♦ ♦ ♦ 

J. Bunting Brow.i, a .«tudcnt at 
Hampden Sydney Col's"?, f.^rnt 

ast weekend w.th h's p?niit.'^ 
Mr, and Mrs. H. Oliver B'own, al 

h.ir heme en 22nd Sti-- rt, 

■H :<( « 

Mr-, Harry L^wm3n and hv. 
laughtar. Mrs, Sidney Mourcccck 
\nd hpr yznwj, snn havr arrivjr 



THE JOHNSON 

^oahiirKe 10 

Fast as a jackrabbit 
Quiet as a possum 

No Noise For Ted 



Grayson Whitehurst. Jr.. who is 
stationed at Fort Jackson, 8. C , 
is spending a two weeks leave 
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
3ray.:nn Whitehurst, at their 
-i:ni3 in Cavalin- Shores. 
< • • 

M.S. J. El-ner Jchnsou left last 
.vo^k to spend .several months tia- 
/elmg in Europe. 

^ & — * — ft 

Mrs. Rcbert B. Taylor is spend- 
nj s'viral diys this wfelc in 
nichmond with her daughter, 
Mri. Charl.:s Tanner Rose, and 
Mr. Ro3?. 

t t .* 

Mr. and Mrs. R.'b?rt O. Earr 
iav(' recently returned heme after 
I mTtor trip lhroui;h th: Valley 
f Vi.Kinia. 

Dr. and Mrs. Wickham Taylor f 
md four children, of Norfcllt. ar- 
Iv d recently to spend the .«um- 
n-r at th ir cotlajje on 79th 

3t.'xet. • 




Mrs. William Raytter 
urned to her hrme in 
3hcr?9 after joendins 
ncn'hs in Florida, 



has re- 
C.ivalier 

several 



M; 3 Ka.: 1 and Marie 3re- 
ciry h:;ve moved 'rom Norfolk 
nd ar3 m-'? r; th:ir hrm: en 
Mth S.r;c. here, 

Ms-- liretta H t?hini:s, dauah- 
rr cf Mr, and M-s. Charles H. 
Ii^^h r^s cf Ocr.-na. recently 
;.3:nt the w ■kerd in Ei~:k' lurp 
ind attenied the f'lrin? dances at 
■'>3 nia IVlytf rhnic Institute. S'le 

a student at Mary Washington 
-. 11 sc 



GHIMTUIULWIin 
BEMin 

In |us< 2 coats 

withjl^gr 
WOOD HNisms 

: P|.ih' ' f; "'I 

It'fl easy! No need to |>rim«. 

With new Res, you seal, 

prime and finish in two 

coats! 

Unlike heavy finishes, Rez 

goes on as easily as water. 

Comes in Clear ... a color- 
less sealer-primer and 
finiah: White for blond or 
bleached effects; Satin- 
wood, a semigloas finiah; 
■nd five decorator colors: 
Driftwood, Sage, Cedar, 
Mahogany and Redwood. 
Ask us for information. 
We have all your decorat- 
ing needs. 




Bifth 
AmumnccoMDtl 

Mr. and Mrs. Cynis Ruat C(<- 
ton announce the birth of '• 
daug'.iter. Nancy J3«ph!ne Chi- 
ton, on Wednesday. May 4, at tfe« 

' Universjity Memorial Hos^pital. IM 
Cl-..apel K-11. N C M C3:tan U 

I the fyrmer Misi B.tiy Dag.nejty. 

1 a'uShtsr of Mr and Mj-s. J. $. 

Daugherty. M'. Cottcn is tht aaa 

cf Mr. and Mrs. Karl Wundrr. • 
I ... 

I 

Mr. and ML;v5^Elm^r W. Llte^ 
: fic.d. c' L:r.d n Bridge, announ^ 
\ the birth of th^ir n- st child, « 
[ son. WlUiam Clyde. Friday, Api^ 
15. at D Paul Hospital. Mrt. 
I L'tchfleld is the former Miss Mal- 
garet Duke Sm th. daughter it 
Mrs. Vir.'lnia W. Smlfi. of Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

... ) 

Mr. and Mrs. Rei^Mn F. Trantl. 
Jr.. announce the birth of their 
second son, Alexander McQ«iee4l, 
bom April 20 at DePaul Hospital. 
Mrs. Trant is the former Mill 
Mattie Edwards Bislicp of CW* 
liun'Aia, S. C. ', 



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Virginia Seach Phone 914 



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What a co'ib"n:.tion! Terrlfi.-j 
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Control. Prieed at only S3i.'>.50. 
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^'^•u i.id yoar gucsis \\i\] be delighted with ihie attractive 
atmosphjr; and txcellenl food al The Marshalls Hotel. 
I x.el'em new chef - c'inners from 2,50 up - luncheons, 
a la carte. 






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best bought early 

10.95 up 



While ihe smartest siylfs are here for your 
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for the very Mtwt m food fads and fotMes 
... for pratlcal, (toira-to-eartb rec4ws tlwt 
Irieaae boOi |«tete and pockctbook. UMae in 
"LET^ COOK," with Luclle Clark CMh day, 
MMMtey thrauffh fttday. at 13 o'eMck, mi 
StiMon WTJUt-TV. 




Vtom the Campbell kitchens 
eiNBe some interesting news, and 
I want to share it with y<Hi. Re- 
CMitty. we've been hearing a tot 
■nrtxnit frcxen soups — shrimp, 
liecn pea i^h ham, cream of po- 
and oyMer stew — and all 
dtlteloiis. 
V Our great, great, great grand- 
mothers who braved the cold oi 
mn-them winters would pralMltH 
-ly hoot at the idea that fnoen 
,aoap0 are new, am! rightly so. Por 
Haany a homemaker of "days 
f<me by" kept most of her family's 
food suiq>ly (from soups to appto 



pie) in oM fltorage ^ iMried 
deep in snow-covered caws or 
piled on snow-ooversd pordiM. 

Tou may adt. "Why frecK 
soup?" We all know ttmt some 
foods retain their fidvers bcUer 
when frosen than when lieat- 
preeened. On the other hwnd. 
some toups are 'better eatbqf" 
whna canned to the traditional 

Only the best goes irtto the fro- 
zen soups. Oysters, gathered from 
coxy beds in iliallow wMers 0f7 
the East Ooast, are locked and 
packed in ice, huge trucks ^ans- 
port them to the plant, where 



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full-time h<Mnemakers in this 
country, many are active in cmb- 
munity aeffairs or are kept busy 
with mraall childven. 

These busy wives and workiiHS 
women use ronaiki^e ingnuiity 
in turning out tempting dishes 
with packaged mixes, canned and 
frozen foods,^ aiul a wealth Ot iOM- 
gination. 

Frozen soum open the door to 
a whole new world of recipes. 
New flavors cmne to the fore- 
ground. Oyster stew, rich with 
butter and enters. Cream of po- 
tato, smooth ami satirfylng. with 
sturdy chunks o« potato. Cream 
of shrimp, pink and shrinnwr. And 
green pea and ham. thick and 
hearty, with fresh pea flavor. All 
possible with the twist of a can 
opener and a bit of heating. 

Now Mrs. Homemaker can have 
smooth, savory seafood sauces by 



they are Mended with whole milk 
and creamery butter. «tlt and 
seasoniiws. The soup is then fro- 
sen and ready for distribution. 

0weet-tasting shrimp, dubbed 
the "prince of seafoods" t^ the 
Chinese, come from Southern wa- 
ters. Fished from the depths, the j usins frozen soup. Wlwt could be 
shrimp are froasn and trucked to '< easier than placing a can of un- 
the plant. tThere they are ^ill- j thawed frozen soup (shrimp or 
fully ^nded with rich cream, i oyster » in a ca-sserole with an un- 
butt^r, sa'uterne and spices for a thawed frozen vegeta'ol*' . . . tJan 
btoque type shrinv delicacy. sliding the casserole into the oven 

Only Grade A potatoes go into *» bake for an hour? While mi 
the cream of potato soup, and ^'^y tends to other tasks, the din- 




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these are grown In many sections 
of our country. They are washe(|, 
peeled and trimmed, first by ma- 
chine and then hy hand. Next the 
potatoes are diced and poured in- 
to kettlss with milk, onion, but- 
ter, sMwontafs and other fine in- 
greditnts. Through freezing, the 
cream of potato soup retains its 
original texture and delicate fla- 
vor. It is elegant when served as 
a hot soup and "extra special" as 
a cool samoth viehjrssoise. 

Hams especially prepared for 
Campbells, go into the green pea 
and ham soap. Prom the perfect 
"porkers" raised in the Midwest, 
the hams are chosen for size and 
leanness. Those that pass rigid 
qualifications are scientfically 
cured and anoked. They are then 
tested for flavor and aroma. Only 
the highest quality hams go into 
this fpecial blend cf ham and 
peas, to make a soup that boasts 
real old-fashioned flavor and 
heartiness. 

After the soups are cooked, they 
are sealed in cans which are sped 
along likS toy soldiers to a huge 
freezer. Once inside the freezer, 
the cans travel spiral style thru a 
maze of twists and turns until 
the soups are frozen solid. From 
here the cans are carried on con- 
veyor belts to the end of the line. 



ner makes Itself. 

Have you tried the 
soups? If you ha vent . . . 
you will. Bye, now . . . 



I hope 



VPI Gives Tips 
To Babysitters 

Tips on ways with children and 
what to do in emergencies are 
forthcoming fcr balbyfitters from 
home economists at VFl. 

The economists advise baby- 
sitters to know where the par- 
ents are and what they want 
thecn to da i'. an emergsney ever 
arises. If the baiby is hurt, call 
the physician ivhich the parents 
have designated for you; then call 
the parents. 

A gocd babysitter should knew 
the general floor plan cf the 
house, location cf the i^iphone. 
light switches, and where the 
baby's clothes, bottle, etc., are 
kept. 

Seme general do's and don'ts 
are to keep the outside doors se- 
curely locked and not open them 
for strangtrs. The telephone line 
should be kept open for Important 
calls, since baby sitting is really 

„i,«, *w- J. -, IV ** *«^'s- transaction like any 

where they are paefced into -cases -otiwnlob. 

and delivered to frigid storage j Babysitters will be more relax- 
ro^. ed and develop a better sense of 

Ftozen condensed soups are the humcr if they keto in mind the 
latest boon to 195fi homemakers difficulties children have and 
Who. for the most part, rely on I learn to adjust to the children's 
"quick-fix" foods. For more than environment, 
one-fourth cf the wives in the 
United States have Jobs outside 
the home. And of the 28 million 



Many gardeners in this area 
are completely unfamiliar with 
ground covers as a part cf tlK 
foundation planting; however in 
the north, they are almost a basic 
necessity. IThese ground covers 
are low-growing evei«reens thttt 
the planted between and amtmg 
the shrubs and trees in order to 
beautify the unplanted areas, and 
give them a uniform amtearance. 
ITicy also would tend to produce 
many of the benefits that a mulch 
would as discussed earlier this 
spring in "Oarten Guide." 
FertwiBKle 

One of the- best of all ground 
covers is Vinca minor or peri- 
frozen ' '"'''*'^*' ■'®° frequently eaQed 
myrtle in soak localities. This Is 
an evrei^reen vine with smiJl 
leaves that have a very dark lus- 
tre like large-lssrf Japanese holly. 
The vine prefers ^ady areas with, 
a good bit of moisture aod g9iad 
drainage. It will grow quite vi- 
gorously under these conditions 
and will, give complete coverage 
in a short while. The vine does 
not dimb nor dees it twine so 
that one will not be troubled with 
It becoming entai^led with the 
other plantings. The plants are 
dotted with beautiful pale blue, 
flowers in the spring and are a 
joy to grow. 

Faehysandra 
Pachysandra or Japanese spurge 

Pachysandra or Japanese spurge 
as it is frequently called, is al- 
most totally unfamiliar to the 
Beach. It Is an excellent plant for 
a ground'ccver and should cer- 
tainly be considered. It is not a 
vine but a dwarfed shrubby ever- 
green plant growing to a height 
of approximately six inches. It 
grows well In sunny and partially 
shaded areas and requires very 
little care once established. In 



the spring the plant will produce 
small irtilte f^mers ht its termin- 
al tad. An unusual variegated 
form is occartcmally seen. An ex- 
cellent examiple of the proper use 
of this plant is seen in the beau- 
tiful Longwood Oar()ens af the 
i^liPont estate at Kennett Square, 
Penn^lvanla. 

Ivy 
everyone is familiar with He- 
dera helix, English ivy, and its 
various varieties. This plan has 
dozens of uses in any landscape 
and is ideal for 9 groundcover. 
The iargtf leaf form of |the straight 
tvecis is not always tastefully 
adapted for use among small 
plants: however the «naller leaf 
forms such. as baltica. are excel- 
lent. It grows well under any and 
all conditions, is easy to propa- 
gate, and quick to give complete 
coverage. Like any pther plaqt, 
occasional fertilization and train- 
ing w|U prof^e QuUe beneficial, 
' Oners 

S^ne. Mher plants' suited for 
groundcover but, which are sel- 
dom uen, are Galox aphyila, na- 
tive from Virginia to' Georgia; 
Euortjrmus tacHcans species such 
as colorata, turning a beautiful 
bronze in the fall; Virginia creep- 1 
er, native to this area, and In I, 



■mt? Wtaf? l^ereT WlMa? 
All yowr carden proMens arc 
y iwii sm by flie irrHers ef, 
AM e^aam — if there are an- 
swers, a^ fbere o i MB y are. 
Jrns wfflle uaiMRii OwMe. ttc 
osm-lfews, sMi 
win be pireiBipiiy ra 



porriNo noBLt ima 

Gardeners who grow plants 
from seed or are Interested in 
house i^ants, should have a han- 
dy potting tal>Ie where work can 
be done sitting down. Covering 
the taible with asbest(%-cement 
board, a material that is not da- 
maged by contact with soil, will 
give the tatrie an easy-to-clean 



^ifdeiits Chosen 
For Boys State 

The Jtuyer toys rieetcd AMibrey 
HcHmes and BiUrBvereti as dele- 
giatss to Won tmt at vn hi 
Jiriy. They «e NM eons of Mr, 
and Mrs. A. If. Hnnsa aatf Mr. 
and Mrs. W. C. Bv^Mt. 

Bcfei>y Cremer and mV Cos- 
tefllMider were elected « Alter- 
nates. 

Post 113 of tin Anertcan le- 
gion ,will spmisor these two dele- 
gate. 



More than 1,S00 varieties of 
tropical jriants, including many 
rare speelnwiui, are grown at the 

surface and protect it avalnst rot- 1 I^ord Rotumfai for the hrterest of 

ting. , visitors. 

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WHO DOESN'T KNOW SHORE DfllVil^flr 



Many lh«inaa*i ef TMewater tasi l Mto vMI 8hM« Drtfe 
Im aii# enjoy oor.ont-of-thls-wefU sleajuf with high Mm- 
iOikienCt. IVhenever t oew gnesl Mm ear ^««ls feo Mi «Mr 
CMVWS back again and agate, bnt ke iBiiiNO hM Mnli U 
ftonie i^n and sea as. That froves Iksl A«N mtf tm 
Is the flotstandfaw steak koase af the TMawalw ates. If yaa 



wim ibe flhere tkrtoe Inn ste» and see na agala. UtmiM 
net. dan'l detrire yedrself of a real Ircat f*r a fOef 1 
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sonsble prices. Ohre as a ehaaee t« seffe yaar ffaap aa a 
day's notice. Jasi eaU Nerfolk «3f831. 



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in trout streams. 




In tha ^ring a man's laney (ond o woman's, too)-* 
Aurni to mony ihingil Spring sports, fishing, gar* 
)4*ninO« outdoor hobbiait When you feel tha urg»^ 
la gat out in tha tun, saa ui first for the equipment: 
yov nttd Jo gat tha mostjMn out of your hobby/ 



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PTA GLEE CLUB 
PLANS OPERETTA 

The Olec Clivb of the BaysWe 
Parent-Teacher Asscctotkm win 
IMTssent an operetta. "Down Boy," 
on Thurstfay and Prlday evenlm. 
May 19 and 20 at 8 p. m.. at the 

i-hCOl. 

The operetta will be directed by 
Miss Bitty Lanoers. music teach- 
er of Bayside achooi. Admlacicm 
will be 60 cents for adults and 30 

cents for children. 

* • • 

Pre-Sehoal CHnle 

May 17th and 18th will be pre- 
scnool clinic days at the Bayside 
School. All chttdren who will en- 
ter the first grade In Scptemlber 
are to be present with birth cer- 
tificates and records of imnninl- 
zation. Hours for the clinic will 
he from 9 a. m. until noon. 
. _ - o .. 

May Day rrdlir 

Shelton Park School will have 
Its May Day Frolic on the front 
lawn of the school May 20 from 
one to three p. m. 



SHELTON PARK 

.SCHOOL NOTES 

Shelt<m Park Parent-Teacher 
Association will hdd its regirtar 
meeting Monday night. May 18. 
at eight o'clock. Tm entertain- 
ment will be a l»nd concert by 
the dbildren of Ute school. Miss 

lUta Finer is band director. 

• * * 

AeMi'veiiMiil Jflgiii 

The 4-H Clvib ot the Shelton 
Park School wiH have its Achieve- 
ment I^ht ceremonies May 18 
at 8 o'clock. Next Sunday, May 15, 
has been designated Rural Life 
Sunday and the 4-H Club from 
Shelton Park School wiH parti- 
cipate at the services of Old Do- 
nation Church. 

o 

DEMONSTKATION Ci.tm 
MEETS TONIOHT 

The Lake View Park Home De- 
monstration Club will meet to- 
night at the home of Mrs. McDon- 
ald on Lake iVew Road. The to- 
pic of the meeting win be "In- 
surance." 



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" GET OUT VOTE" 

DRIVE SUCCEIDS 

The Dtamond Springs Civk; 
League was very weU pleased with 
the respoT»e of the residents to 
register so they would be tllgible 
to vote in the coming primary 
election. Thirty-four voters were 
registered last Thursc^y night in 
an hour and a half Frevlou:^ to | 
this lime otTirfB hav«> r. mistered at | 
intervals. | 

This will be the first icounty ! 
election these residents have par- 
ticipated in. as this is a n^'w're- ' 
sidential development. For many i 

of the residents it will be their ! 
first time to vote. i 

One of the alms of the Civic : 
Lsague is to interest members In ' 
voting and maintaining good gov- 
e.-nment. | 

The League will hold Its nsxt ! 
meeting at the Bayside School on 
Tuesday night. May 19, at eight ' 
o'clock. 

j 

PRE-TEEN DANCE 

WELL ATTENDEf* I 

The Chesapealce Bearh Pre- \ 
Teen.s hdd their regular dance 
Saturday iiltjht at the Chesapeake 
Beach Community Center. There j 
were between 40 and 50 children | 
present. After the dance rerresh- 
ments were served. Mrs. P. G. 
Hampton, assisted by Mrs. E. L. 
King and Mrs. E. A. Hudson, had 
Charge of arrangements. 

The Pre-Teen group is sponsor- 
ed by the Woman's Club of Ches- 
apeake Beach. 



PERSONAL MENTION 

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hart and 
niece, BernadcUe Hart, of Bal- 
timore, were guests of Mr. and 
Mrs. F .G. Howard cf Grand Cir- 
cle, Diamond Springs, last week- 
end. 

* *. . * 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dall of 
Diamond Springs .spent the week- 
end in Columbia, N. C. visiting 
relative.'?. 



.SHELTON PARK PtA 
WILL INSTALL OFFICERS 

The Shelton Park School Par- 
ent-Teaciher Association will meet 
Monday night in the school audi- 
torium, it has b:en announced. 
The meeting is schaduled to b3gln 
at eight o'clock. 

New officers for 1955-56 will be 
elected and Installed. A band con- 
cert is also included in the night's 
program. 



A 60-gallon capacity test tube 
Is Included in the permanent ex- 
hibits in the Ford Rotunda. 



WBOF 

• ADIO 

SATURDAY. MAY 14 

5:45— Sing on; Countrypolltan 

5:57— News 

6 00— Saturday Wakeup 

6:30— Farm Nrws 

6:35— Singing Woodman 

6 :.•)»- Saturday Wakeup 

7:00— News 

7:05— Saturday Waktu? 

7:55— £.>orts Caravan 

8:00— News 

8:05 — Cff the Record 

8:30— News 

8:35— C'f the Record 

9:00— News and Weather 

9:05— Off the Record 

9:30— Mr. Lmekin's Shop 
10:00— News 
10:05— Off the Record 
11:00— News , 

ll:05__Cff the Record 
12:00— Farm Markat 
12:05 — Fantasia in Melody 
12:30 — News 

12:35— Panatsla in Melody 
12:55— Cleveland at Washington 

3:30— News; Rumpus Room 

4:00 — News 

4:05— Rumpus Room 

5:00— News 

5:05 Rumpus Room 

5:30- Alexander on Sports 

5:45- Beach Hit Parade 

5:50— Rurapus Room 

6:00 — ^News 

6:05— Rumpus Room 

6:30— Babalu 

e:45_Virginla News 

6:48— Babalu 

6:57— Sign Off 

SUNDAY. MAY 15 

7:00— Sign On; News 

7:05— It's a Great Day . 

7:30— According to the Record 

7:35— It's a Great Day 

8:00— News 

«: 05— Sunday Morning Sty lings 

8:30— Weather Roundup 

8:35— Surday Morning Styiings 

9:00— AP News Summary 

9:05— Sunday Morning Styiings 

10:00— Community Chapel 

10:30— Music by Mantovani 

11:00— News 

11:05— Melodies Modern 

12:00— Religion in the N^w'? 

12:10— Kmile Cote Olee Club 

12;30— News 

12:40— Meet the Artist 
1:00— Music for Sunday 
1 :30— Cavalcade of Music 
2:00— Music for Sunday 
2:30— Broadiway anowcase 
3:00— Tops for the Day 
4:00— Music Tor Sunday 
4:30— Sunday Styiings 
5:00— Spotlight en Masters 
6:00— News 
6:05— Golf Doctor 
6:17— Strictly Instrumental 
6:30— Eventide 
6:45— Strictly Instrumental 
6:57— S;gn Off 

DAILY 
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5:45— Sign On 
5:37— News and Weather 



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05 — Gocd News 

15— Thu.— Let's Oo to Town 
—Prl— Aloha Hawaii 
—Mon.— Here's to Veterans 
—Tuts.— Singing Woodsman 
—Wed.— Guest Star 

:30— 160O Club 

: 00— Old Dominion fi^ws 

:C5— Sound Off 

:0a— Farm Marltet Report 

:05 — Afternoon Beat 

: 30— News and Weather 

:35 — Afternoon Beat 

:00 — Old Etommion News 

:fl5 — Afternoon Beat 

: 00— -News and Weather 

: 05 — Beachkomtier 

:0a- Nt AS and Weather 

: 05 — Beachgom^her 

:3a -Npyi's 

::W — Alexander on Sporw 

•45— Heach Hit Parade 

:50 — Babalu 

:00 — News 

:05~Spotlight on a Star 

:30 — Local News Roundup 

:35 — Easy Listening 

: 57— Sign Off 



FdodSufvey 
Being Con^ted 

The U. 8. Ceiuua Bureau will 
condiKt this mimth a notioiuil 
survey of IwMMehold purclMues of 
selected food Items, according to 
Si^erviwr Ralph ^eaney of the 
lMir<'au'> dlittrict office in Rich- 
mond, which Wilt particulate in 
the survey. 

The food surv..y is being con- 
diKted Iv the Cenrnis Bureau for 
the Department of Agriculture, 
which will use the information 
collected in the aMlysls of the 
coiMimer market for the Htcms 
covered. Information about pur- 
chases of thMe items will be re- 
lated to population data such as i 
the size of the family and other j 
characteristics obtained in the 
current population survey. 

Most of the survey win be con- 
ducted during the week of May 
16 and will relate to purclMses of 
food during tlw previous week. 
Items to be covered inehide froz- 
en orange Juice, fre-ih oranges, 
butter, olecnnargarlite. flour, cof- 
fee and fresh lamh. 









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BASEBALL SCHEBVLe 
Thorsdav. May 12 

12:55 — Kansas City at Chicago 
3:30 — News; Beachkomber 

Friday. May 13 
12:55— D:trolt at New York 
3:30 — News: Beachkomber 

Saturday, May 14 
12:55— Cleveland at Washington 
3:30— News: Beachkomber 

Mroday, May 16 
1:55— Kansas City at Detroit 
4:30 -N:ws; Beachcomber 

Tneaday, May 17 
12:55 — Cleveland at Boston 
3:30— News; Beachkomber 
Wedneftday, May 18 
12:55 Kansas City at Wash'tcn 
3:30 — News; fieaehkcmber 



RUSSELL MARSHALL. JR. 
HAS TOKYO LEAVE 

Pfc. Russen S. Marshall. Jr., 
whose wife, Carol, lives at 67 
Smithfield Street. Buckhannon, 
W. Va., and whose father. Rus- 
sell S. Mar^Mll. lives in Virginia 
Beach, recently spent a week's 
leave in Tokyo from his unit in 
Korea. 

Marshall, a photographer with 
the 728th Military Police Battal- 
ion, arrived overseas in August 
last year. A 1952 graduate of 
Randolph-Macon College, Ash- 
land, Va., and a member of Kap- 
pa Alpha fraternity, he entered 
the atmy In March, 1954. 



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STORE 



The 'J. S. Fore.st Service op- 
erate.s 115 national forests, total- 
ing 181,151.000 acres in 40 .states 
and Ala.ska and Puerto Rico. 



601 - 17th St. - Phone 808 
Va. Boarh, Va. 



SPRING CLEARANCE SALE 

FLOOR DISPLAYS - STOU DAMAGED - KEPOSSESSCD AND USED 



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1 7" Emerson Tabel AAodel was $219.95 Now 
21" Emerson Table AAodel was $239.95 Now 
21" AAotorola Table AAodel was $229.95 Now 
21" Emerson Console was $329.95 Now 



I wesmg.iouse 
21" Westinghouse 
21" G.E.T.V. Console 



wjs $239.95 New 
was $199.95 HOW 
was $299.95 Now 
was $329.95 Now 



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$169.95 
$16'J.li 
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$277.65 

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UHP A VHP 

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$49.40 




21" Emerson Tablo Model 
$219.95 

Table FREE with purchase of this 
Television Set if our ad is men- 
tioned when you buy. 



ALL NEW SETS 



21'' ZENITH 

$278 



FEDDER AIR CONDITIONER WAS 1379.95 Now $2U.OO 



14" Phiico T. V. Tablo $30.00 

17" Motorola T.V. TaUo 
Mo<iel $50.00 

17" NaHonal T.V. Tabb 
Modol $40.00 



?hilco Console 
Muntt Console 
6. E. Consolo 



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i4"Molw«laTtMt 
Modol ISO.0O 

17" WotKitglMiiM tabb 

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1 7" RCA Tabb Modol $iO^OO 



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Used Refrigerator at is $10.00 - Used Washon $10.00 - Used Radlofs $5.00 - llMd Ikw 
Hotooint Washer Automatic was $239.95 • Now $149 95 - Semi-Aiitematic Waehint '' 
and Smair Apts. - Now $109.95 



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m dooK Bmr, URmkior, ami Fro- 
ihhar Bay on BuMin Uand.-Ai 
Mnnoft 9»rt9 trom ttm i6Mh 
iNwaHWI 8ervi« Company de- 
Me this mcmth, to be fol- 
in July by the main body 
alao the 564th Heavy Boat 
iny aiKi the 0(KVth Dukw 



^ #Mfe MnHlfleatioii 

t MMeen supervisor! of Story 
iMidiluarters sections, both mili- 
%ur and eiriHan, c oi mp l et c d • 
W«rk OiwuM iCBt^n Ootn'se thi* 
#eck. devoted to dtetriinrtion and 
itoir process charts, worit count, 
Itotlon •oontmy and layout stu- 
Aea. Top man was M/agt. Levin 
M. Marshall of Cambridge. Md., 
iverviser at the Posi, Processing 
Overseas Replacement Board and 
Mi Audit team. Certflciates of 
fourse completion were presented 



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stoat's <<Seifie»«r Mm Went" is 
•iiMpeatir aswelk a»,a "BimA- 
43««ft.'^.Jk><:iiiirJMl«»S. aunt* 
ii9m iron Che dHcinetlon for the 
Cii}(mil>iMK i^.J wm a B unaKwiai. 
The 22-yeMN>kl Biimiwlwn. Al- 
al&«nB% .soMar teache». ip^ation 
and iw »IP i i iMtf>u»i <*5«» amjrtii- 
Mmw fr4HM« n H J WH "Banra- 
radaa^ Mnr dMHiMirr « tn^ 
of tte S4th TranaiK»tati<m Bat- 
talion. 



MiK. Jtaib B. MMiri^lr. 
Hdnored at »mtm "ft* 



Qffwers' wifWia^Biii y arranc-* 
ed an attraeiire spring tea this 
weaJi^ toi honor, fli Mrs. Rush B. 
Lineate, Jr., wlw a liualband is 
eomwiMliiig genawi af Fort Eus- 
tiftan#||w Tliiiwplflition Train- 
ing O W BMW wi; !■ a<aition to Mrs. 
Lincoln, the Vtary Gfltcers Wives 
Club also had as its guests many 
members of the Fact Sustia Wives 
Gli4>, iiKluding its presldi-nt, Mrs. 
Hiram L. Lwwyer. The Story chJb'a 
next scheduled acMvlty will be a 
pot-luck siqjper on Sunday, May 
15. 



VNIGINtA tlACH SUN* NEWS, THURSDAY, AAAY Mr ^95$ 



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4SStfa Dnkw Campany 
Gets Sopply Room Award 

Best supply rocm award of the 



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Some paepla flo yaors wMmniI mudi attMrtion to haaMi; 
Ollian may naad Ae Doctor on hand to start tha day;^ 
avtry day. latwaan ttiasa two axtramat ara graat mimb^V 
of Ihinkbifl ptepla caring for iMr hooHh bi on ordarly mcHwor.} 

I^ay tea thair Doctor at regular Intarvoli for gulclan|||»\ 
Thay toko Ifw madlcbie lit praieribo* according to dirocti£i 
Thay report wmnual lymptomi promptly. All Hiaio ( 
mon ttnsa precautions and Intelllgant ittps^Hrfiaollli car«»^ 
at Is tha procKca of bringing your Docto^ proicripHom It 
,tMt fino pharmacy. 



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ONE FAIR PRICr . 



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Trmmarttitiien liUiBMi. «Mtli 
imb» emmnf. rrmm^ m of 
tbm tmgtv ama tannw i*m aMtfe 
IMa fWik 1^ U. OoLFMtorkk O. 
Wta« to aadU. MiraMka Pm- 
owrskl aoid flia anil aypply sct- 
gOMit, gigti. Bobart B» "Aolor. Ttie 
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War additiona to Story's offleer 
perttfui^ ftnelude Cufi. JMn C. 
lIMnyon, who as P<nt Ordnance 
Officer, rrpioeea MaJ. WShm F. 
Maney, Jr.. recently departed for 
a Fot mo e a aas%imMnt. I^placlng 
14. David ^oale as Post Exchange 
Or;ieer la CWO Danrin Oivem of 
Plttribnpgh. Olvena, a graduate of 
««v Arn^' nc aehOQis in Jman 
and at Vixrt Lee, Va.. fomerly 
worked ia retail mersh^KUirtag 
lor Qimlbtl Bro^ Aaother ^lef 
inarraat offiecr aadgned to Blary 
rocenMy Ja Ifr. Ba4Mrt^&. Andreira 
of the B-l SeetloB; and » tbtrd 
is CWO JaK^ L. ni^ina^ r'ain- 
tenance <rflie«r of the 554th Hea- 
vy Boat OoBBpany. 



of 

nli« staff. 



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..Story .EgaJpOMiit In ., 
Anoed FOTces Bay Parades 

atoiy MBpMMMM wm be pro- 
Ktocnt foaturea of Amed Forces 
Hay acMvMieB in the nation's ea* 

pttal a« weB as In the Tidewater 
ansa. OM Baie. a Dukw and the 
new Superduck, Its modernised 
cousin, wiU go to Wa^ilnston for 
tile cektnration at Bcdling Air 
Fonic Base. A stcoiid Bare will bs 
a htghlght of the annual static 
dt^day ef Armed ForEej equip- 
ment at Xaapton Roads Sub- 
Pent of Smbarkatlen. A third will 
take part In tin day's op«i-house 
activity at Fort Ehistis. 

Gatonalvaalier t aa v e s 
For Operation Sat«brash 

The big Swthwestem maneu- 
ver, Cperation Sagebrush. w;il 
take Story's 8-3 Officer, Lt. Col. 
QaroM P. 'Salwr, from his regu- 
lar duty for an unepeclfl-^d num- 
ber (rf weeks. Colonel Baker d<- 
parii tiiortly to report to Foarth 
Army Headquarters at Fort Sam 
Ifoustptr, Texas. He will be a 



plan- 



Ben-CooM 

CaaMHHMl. Staff Feattlena 

Story non-eoaml^oncd offi- 
cers again filled all ''oinnand and 
stadtf po^yons at the latest gar- 
rison review heM on Uie p(»t w»' 
rade grounds. Rcyiewitw Offleer 
WM Story's aargaant major. 
M/Sgt. nie« Mbeeek, Jr.. ;\>th a 
staff of M/Sgu. Oewge C. Wat- 
kim. Jesse W. Beddlngfield and 
Levte M. Marshall. Ctanmander 
«i Troops was M/8gt. Rcbert H. 
Saaith. with a sta.'f of M/Sgts. 
Faul N. Sweeney and Carl E. Wil- 
son and Sfc Joseph A. Tribble, 
the latter serving as Adjutiint. 
Commanders of the 5th and 54th 
Tranqwrtation Batiaiisns were. 
respectively. M/8gts. Ce«;il D. Ral- 
ston and Jeais R. Saenz. 



•IZM Dakw 

Rf arches Off wHk Boners 

A Mth Battalion in>:t. the 612th 
Dukw Company, waUced off — or, 
rather, mar. :.ed off - with the 
distinction of Best Marching Unit 
11 this I g view. It was led liy lU 
first sergeant, M/Sgt. Jacoh Mill- 
er, acting as company command- 
er. Before the troops marched in 
review, another &4th Battalion 
unit, tlw 805th Dukw Ccm^nny, 
received the blue streamer for its 
guidon as the unit judged best at 
the last parade. Col. Edwin A. 
Deagle, Fort Stm-y's commanding 
officer, HMde the presentation. 



GOOD RECORD 

The Oiks County "Virginian" 
r^icrta that at lomr last Lynwood 
Ferguson, whose cass has been 
pending since March of last year, 
has come to Justice and received 
six months 'JNsuspended sentence 
and $100 fine on the charge of 
driving on a revoked license. He 
will be tried later for drunken 
driving but already has four con- 
victions for this to his disoredit. 

In the same issue, it is reported 
than another man who was con- 
victed for both drunken driving 
and. driving imder a revoked 11- 
oeoee received a total cf four 
months unnniended and $150 in 
fines. Incidentally, the county 
has seen but one traffic death 
since December 6, 1953. 



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IC cbNTRACTINO _ , Law Wd Small 

luppflM md Matdrialt appliance Repairiiif 

SALES 

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Exhaost Fgns • Estate Ita^ges - Wati;r Heaters 

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Oat writtBn Road Hatard Ouarantaa on Factory 
Method Recapping. 



RECAPnNG 

600x16 ....... 10.1S 

610x16 11.15 

I 670x15 11.55 

1710x15 12.75 

760x15 13.85 

800x15 14.90 



NEW TIRE COST 

600x16 23.80 

650x16 32.31 

670x15 ^.../.. 32.91 

710x15 36.12 

760x15 39.54 

800x15 43.93 



CiNiflMlre abd see how much 
fi0 liN |AVE YOURSELF 

SfQW^ m g«Mi let HI show you.MMt Recappii^ n as safe 
^. ^ ^ e» any new Tiif today. 

THE TIRE MARKET 

fHOmk 125 

One Day Service 



KMIivi TMlpli 
StIftftnNy 
Hf IV MMfiy 

Approximately 150 8hrin«rs will 
tee off at the Prineese Anne 
Country Club next MoiMtaiy in 
the Khedive Temple TotariMment. 
The first iriayers will get away 
at 11 o'clock. 

Khedive Ten^ple, Ncrfolk, win 
be host to the Bouni Temple of 
BalttmOTe and Zetnbo Temple of 
Harrisiburg for the event. 

Folkwii^ the match, cocktails 
wfii be served from 9:30 to 7:00 
o'clock. 7:00 p. m. uemg the din- 
ner hour. 

The visiting templn win an4ve 
Monday morning on the Old Bay 
Line boat, and will bring their 
Divans. William H. Birown is Bou- 
mi golf club president, and Id L. 
Fair holds the same poaltlon for 
Zem*ho Temple. 

There will be a team match be- 
tween Khttlive Temple and Bou- 
mi Temple, with the wtauier re- 
ceiving a trophy. A return nmtch 
will be played August 39 at the 
Country Club cf Maryland. 

J. L. Orlgg. prertdent of the 
Khedive Temple Oolf Club, will 
discuss the formatirai of a Mid- 
Atlantic Shrine OoU Association. 
All Ncblea of tha Shrine are in- 
^vited to participate and Join the 
golf club. 



W.HirKeyRim 
Commisffoner to 
Church Assembly 

W. HMer Moai of ViivMa 
BMCh was lart week off ieiaUy e«r- 
tifled by Dr. 1^ C. Seott. Slated 
CIsrk of the Fnstoytarlua Churehv 
tl« 8.. as a eoagantniener to ibe 
Oeneiml AsiWfaly of the dHMM- 
inatlon. It to annoinwed from At- 
hinta, Oa. 

The AsaenUy. wMcl> Mr. Rosa 
win attend as an official voting 
represenUtive cf the Norf<A 
Presbytery, will be held in Rich- 
mond June 2 - 7. It Ja the highest 
court of the Preibg^erlan C^iureh 
and meets annually. Soaie MO 
commissioners from 17 statea at- 
tend and review the work of tlw 
church tor the paefc year, and set 
in motion the program for the 
coming year. 

Mr. Ross, who is an elder in the 
local Presbyterian Church, was 
setoeted as a conunissloner by the 
Norfolk Presbytery, and is one of 
ten commlsrioners — five minis- 
ters and five laymen — from the 
presbytery. 



or the M,8»,tt7 Uceneed driv- 
ers in Uie nation, more ttMn half 
are between the ages of m and 
^, with 27 per cent in their Ws; 
2B per Cent 'm their 30's; it per 
cent in tJieir Wt. an| 1$ per cent 
In their SO's. Only 7 per i^nt are 
niMler m and S per cent over 00. 



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of Mi'vaya glade ton 
tlw AiWiluaii Caneeg Saeiely l»- 
dttate (hat about two out o( tm 
American aiiults still do not knov 
that cancer is eursMe. 



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Faworite baits ef anallmeutll 
bttu are. OMXlerate sted 1B1»- 
tows. eniwftoh, nitfM crawlers, 
leeches and anal! frogs. 



THOMAS POLLOCK 
TO OET CERTIFICATE 

Thomas F. Pollock, Ablngton 
Road, Bay Colony, is one of the 
300 additicHiel radio amateurs who 
has been named to receive certi- 
ficates of merit tor eaierg«My 
service during the lOM hurricanes. 
Late reports of amateur emer- 
gency communications during the 
hurricanes Indicate a total ^f 
mors than IJiOO amateurs parti- 
.cipatetl— as compared with the 
1,200 announced last mdnth. 



BAMi » 

For Athlete^ Foo>— Rlag Wmai 

Results Abaohitelji Gaarantccd 

or Moacy Refunded 

For the treatment of sliin lesions 
classed as fungus infections sucli 
as athlete's foot, ring worm, jock 
itch and dobie itch. 

PRICE 91.00 

Sold »t Harrell's Pharmacy 

and all lcading<&FUg Stores 

E. GUY ROBERTSON-^ 

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ItAtf €A817ALTK8 

In tgsa. Navy battle casualties 
and Navy motor vehicle Injury .vic- 
tims numbered the same. Horw- 
ever, more than half the battle 
casualties returned to duty in 24 
hours, while crash victims aver- 
aged 46 days in the hospital. 



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AMimCAN FURNITURE tO. 

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^OMiMbNWiAiTH MATiiRAi dAS 

^ current marliet and faR If i l rem a ti o n 
communicate with ue 

Please send information on^ the above securities. 

Nafhe - - 

Address - • 

SCOTT, HORNER & /yiASON, INC. 
iKIVeJlT/fllENTS , 

Geerge E. f9^t\\, Jr., Va. Beach Repr. —Home Phone 2785W 
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KiNTueicY ifRXiflMf sduillaoN 

Thi« fine ICcfitucky straight bourtx>n has been made 
from the same secret formula under the direct 
•upetviflion of the same Kentudy fonUly lot three 
generatiotu « « . Uniform quality is assured because evety 
drop has always been Distilled and Bottled only by 
Olenmote at its otisinal di8tillety« 



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LOUISVILLC* KKNTUCKY 



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(On Little Creek Road - Route 168) 

HIAr 

I Ntlilt BMRES, Jr. 

INDEPENDENT CANDIDATl loR ^mS^f 

May 1 9th — iii0 0: M: 

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If tm AH 

MA toMl ISove^ilAiiMit You Should 

Attend This Meeting 



The Public arid till Candidates tire cordially 
Invited ta attend this meeting 



SiCTlONTWO 



VIRGINIA BEACH SUN -NEWS, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1955 




AiltA NEWS 

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One hundred seventy - three 
HMmAters and friends ot Com- 
munlty Methodist Chtirch gather- 
ed at Pine Tree Inn on Wednes- 
day night of last week for dinner. 

The Rev. Carol Freeman, paa- 
tor ot Miles Memorial Methodist 
Church, was a guest at the din- 
ner. 

Aay Walker, Jr.,^introduced the 
chairmen of the canvass commit- 
tees. A history of the church siI»^e 
Its first meeting three years ago 
was given by William Fitzhugh. 

Other speakers were Charles 
nrneng. Prank Samson. Francis 
Paxton and Mrs. Douglas New- 
man. 

Clark Graves sang a sok), "The 
Blind Plowman." He was accom- 
panied by Mtas Pat Goodman, or- 
ganist at Community Church. 

Francis Paxton was master of 
ceremonies. 

— o — 

Miss Donna Leigh Dorer, a stu- 
dent at William and Mary Col- 
lege, Williamsburg, was also at 
heme and attended the Milner- 
Barlow wedding. Miss Dorer is the 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. 
Dorer. 



Caval^r Club 
Sponsors f^arty 

The Cavalier Junior Woman's 
Clu4> is sponsoring a fashion show 
and card party to be held at the 
Norfolk Woman's Club on Pair- 
fax Avenue, Friday. May 13, at 
8 p. m. 

Reeds of Norfolk is furnishing 
the fashions to be modeled. Mrs. 
J. C. CcMnmander, Jr., will be the 
commentator. 

Mrs. M. Bruce Jones, chairman 
of th<? club's Ways and Ms^aits 
committee, announces that pro- 
ceeds frcm the event will be used 
for the club's clothing bank. 



PTA Officers 
Are Installed 

The KeraiMnrille Parent-Teacher 
Association met last Wednesday 
night for the last meeting of the 
school year. 

Mrs. Charles Hodgman, presi- 
dent of the Princess Anne County 
Council, installed the new offi- 
cers for 199^-56. 

Mrs. Chester ^mforth. Hospi- 
tality chairman, served refresh- 
moMs in the cafeteria at the con- 
clusion cf the meeting. 

Mrs. W. E. Wood received a gL't 
in appreciation for her services as 
president for the present school 
term. 



NEW BROWNIB TROOP 
IS ORGANIZED 

A Brownie Troop has recently 
been organized in ' KempsviUe, 
with Mrs. M. B. Jones as leader. 

The quota for Troop 331 was 20, 
which has already been filled, 
and there is a waiting list. 

The troop will take part in the 
rally to be held at KempsviUe 
School May 21 and quite a few 
of the members are planning to 
attend the day camp at Virginia 
Beach at Camp Linkhorn July 18 
through July 28. 

Mrs. Hugh Moore and Mrs. W. 
B. Baker are assistant leaders. 



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JUNIOR WOMEN 

MEET romcflt ^ . 

The Cavalier Junior Womana 
Clu'j will me>.'t tonight, May 12. 
at the Baptist Church. The club 
chorus will sing siveral .selec- 
ticms. 

Plans will be discussed for the 
installation dinner dance to he 
held at Pine Tree Irm on May 21. 

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ACREDALE GARDEN CLVB 
WILL MEET ON 18th 

The next meeting of the Acre- 
dale Garden Club will be held at 
the home of Mrs. J. G. Ratcliff on 
Rittman Road on May 18th. 

Mrs. P. A. Wilson will be co- 
hostess. Exhibits of May baskets 
will be shown and election ol of- 
ficers will be held. 

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PERSONAL MENTION 

The KempsviUe Woman's Club 
met Tu-.;day, May 10. at the 

heme of Mrs. Swindell Pollock. 

* « * 

Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Whitehurst 
of Jackson. Tenn., have been the 
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. 

Hutchison this past week. 

* * * 

Miss Shirley Humphries spent 
last weekend with her p^ents, 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Humphries. 
Miss Humphries is a student at 
Madison College, Harrisonburg. 
Sh2 was an attendant at the wed- 
ding of Miss Carolyn Barlow I.t 
Harry Milner, which took place 
at the Baptist Church April 30. 

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SPEAKING OF BUSINESS ... 

A New Ycrk motorist who was 
fined for speeding In Virginia 
and vows never to come-back, had 
this to write a Richmond news- 
paper: "Keeping well-to-do tour- 
ists cut of the state may cut 
down traffic accidents, but it will 
certainly cut business." 



May PraNes at 
Sheiton Park 

The Sheltcn Park School will 
present its first annual May Xtay 
program. "May Frolics," on Fri- 
day afternoon. May 20. All par- 
ents and friends of th3 .school ara 
most cordially invited to attend 
this May health program to be 
hold on the front lawn of the 
school. 

The King and Queen of Health 
will be crowned at one o'clock; 
then there will be a Health Pa- 
rade of PivE -Pointers. This will be 
followed by dance numbers by 
typry grade in the school After 
the dances, there will be special 
^inletic activities. 



Vacation Bible 
School Pfaiitied 
By /Aetfiodists 

j Announcement of Che annual 
I daily Vacation Kble School at 
! the Virginia Beach MeUiodist 
: Church ha.« been made by the 
pastor, the Rev. C. Stanley Lo- 
i well. The school will liegin Mon- 
I day, Jun? 13. and will continue 



through Friday, June 34. S»8i<ms ! 
will run from 9 a. m. to noon each 

weekday except Saturday. j 

An :n!pre.«tin? variety of ac- : 
tivitie.s i-s being planned by the ; 
commute? en arranj;frnents and 
th3 faculty. These will include ; 
a Bib't study program, wor.slilp 
and iTi'ation and tjames. All j 
children between the ages of 4 i 
and i2 are invited to attend th" ; 
sjssions. which will be held in [ 
the educational buildlne of the 
church lacated b?tvicpn Atlant.c ' 
and Pacific Avenues, en 18th i 




Street. 

The planning committee tat 
the schjol is ccnsposed of Mrs 
Charles T. Raikl, Mrs. Auijrey 
N. Holmes and the pastor. The re- 
gistration hour win be Monday. 
June 13. at 9 a. m. 



In eiicli of the record produc- 
tion years cf 1952 and 1953 near- 
ly twics as much food was gro^n 
as in 1934. with 4.000.000 fewer 
farmers d'jing the J3b on 84,000,- 
000 more acres. 



The eomniitlee on 
functioas and dbmvnm^ 
Jamestcwn Fntival of 
composed of the Bt. Rev 
P. Qimti, Bishep eA the 
Southern Virginia. 
EplKrr.pal Church, as 
the Rev Z. V. RcberaMI, 
th; Rev Lucius foMAl. O. 

\ R V. J. Lulhera Maun^. 

' the Rev. Emmanuel 

I the Most Rev. Peter Leo 

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Marshalls Hotel 
Marine Dining 
Room Opened 

The Marshalls Hotel at 66th 
Street and Ocean announces the 
opening of its marine dining room | 
to the public The new large din- i 
irvg room, with its visual front ; 
•facing ths patio pool, was com- [ 
pleted last summer. This summer 
The Marshalls have entarged and ■ 
modernised their kitchen, equip- 
ping , it comtpletely with .stainless , 
steel. 

Nels W. Preus, orrginially from 
i Stockholm, Sweden, and dirsctly 
frcm the Huntington Hotel of St. 
Petersburg , is the new chef at The" 
Marshalls. The Marshalls will 
serve luncheon at the Patio Pool, 
in the Snack Bar and the Marine 
Dining Rjom. Dinners will be 
served in the Marine- Dining : 
Room. 



Thalia Gardeners 
Meet Wednesday 

Thj regular monthly meeting 
of the Thalia Garden Club will 
be h3ld ntxt VVsdncsdfiy at the 
home c! Mr.s. Garden Shorrock, 
on Thalia Drive, Thalia Shores, 
Lynnhavcn, at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. 
Oeoffee H.' Fee and Mrs. A. C. 
Clark, Jr., will serve as co-host- 
e^iss. 

A lecture and demonstration on 
"Flcwar Arranging" will be given 
by Mrs. J. K. Barco, guest speak- 
er of the club, 'and recording sec- 
retary of the Federation of Gar- 
den Clubs. 




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W» trad that "Qod M lovfd the 
w^rtd UMt lie gave His only be- 
fottee Son . . ." Ood not only 
kvetf the world: He loved the 
world in a particular way.. He 
did not love Uie world with srane 
kind <a woMriy, aentimental, 
■mby-fWBiby love. He did not 
a»y 10 lli peoNes: "Oo right 
•hend. foUu, do uiythlng you 
lfl». I love you so much it won't 
any difTerence." No: Ood 
m "so." He kwea us aceord- 
tat Co basie jirbieiplea of Imbmh* 
and jttMee. If Ood dkl not love 
the world htmoraUy and ethically 
He woidd not really love it at all. 

Anwits who do not love their 
ehOdt^n reiiMneibly do not love 
Vbsm. »eflod. When a parent lets 
a eMM "t«t away with anything" 
that does not mean the parent 
loves the ehUd. It means the par- 
ent doesn't care what the child 
does. The parent who permits the 
eiiUd to grow up an uncouth bar- 
tartea. devoid of the guidance 
and iBselpllne his developing per- 
sonality requim, does not love 
the child. Love is responsMe: it 
docs not shirk the steady, day- 
hy-day tasks of discipline. 



And Vbe-¥«na 

The love between parents and 
children mu.st l»e ethical as well 
as resp(mstt)le. There is a famous 
ballad which goM: 

If I were hanged on the high- 
est hill, ' 

I kiK>w wluMe love would fol- 
low me still — 

ftfother 0' mine, mother o' 
mine. 

Now that is so much poppy- 
cock. It may weD be that a mo- 
ther's love would follow a son 
even through a life of crime. But 
the point is that if the son really 
loved his mother he would not 
have g(me into a life of crime. 
He would not have to be hanged 
on the highest hill — or even a 
lower one. Love must be ethical or 
it is not love. Qod "so loved" the 
world and we must "so love" one 
another. 

it's Love, Love, Love < 

Here Is a young, starry-eyed 
couple who sigh deeply and tell 
you that they are in love. There 
is obviously a strong emotional 
attraction between the two — so 
strong that for the time being it 
seems more important than any- 
thing else. They are in love all 



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KIVISRD (BIBLE 
BEING riTBLiriTCn 

The Rev. Carl R. Key o* Dur- 
l»m, N. C, regional dirMtor of 
the OMBmittee on Uie Use and 
Onderstanding of (he BlWe. is 
visiting 50 conununltiw In Wr- 
glnia in the interest of the revised 
standard version of the Bible. 

Practical ways of teaching the 
u-se and understanding oT the Bl- 
We through c(»mnunity inter- 
church programs are being dis- 
cussed at the meetings. They are 
being sponsored by the National 
Cfouncil of Churches as well as 
the Virginia Council of Churches. 
The projects being considered in- 
clude Bible reading, a hymn fes- 
tival, dally devotions, leadership , 
education and the use of films. 




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right, but what is love? Love must 
be built on samethlng besides 
emotional attraction. It must be 
built on mutual respect, on be- 
iSffs and devotioas shared. 

T poiild not lovf thcp, dear, 

.so much 
liOved I not honor mnre. 

Emotional fondnpss is not en- 
ough. Tiipre is an ingredient liasic 
to love - an ingredient of faith 
lyid honor. A love that tries to 
deny or forget this is deemed to 
fail. 

How can you tell if it's the real 
thing? Watch for the small 
things. Remember that what he is 
now he will be ten years from 
now — doubled and redoubled. If 
he drives up for a date and honks 
the horn without bothering to 
come to the door — there's a 
screw loose. Be careful of him! 
If ht doesn't have enough sense 
to walk on the street side of the 
pavement or to carry your books 
and parcels — if he refers to your 
father as the "old man" — If he 
Is afraid to come in and visit 
with your family — the chance 
are he doesn't have it. If she is 
never ready for the date — if 
".he's slo:]py in her appearance — 
if she n?vpr helps her mother 
with the dishes or anything else — 
if she always orders the most ex- 
pensive item on the menu —bet- 
ter forget her. She may be a good 
locktT but that isn't enough in 
this day and age. The person who 
is worth marrying must have 
character. That Is basic. 

"Oo so loved the world . . ." 
Ha didn't lovs the world any old 
way. He loved the world both well 
and wisely. He loved utterly, yet 
responsibly and ethically. We are 
to love that way, too. 



Or tiiiS WEEK 



Bv Rev. Ernest K. Emumian 
STOtfltS Of IISTLWID HYMNS 



ABIDf; WITH ME 

All through his life, Henry 
Prances Lyte felt that one day he 
would write something immortal. 
But when the inspiration finally 
came, he almost let it slip through 
his fingers. So weait was he from 
the ravages of tuberculosis that 
he nearly post^ioned polishing up 
and putting the final touches on 
hLs last poem. 

"I can do it better when I come 
baclc," he thought, as he planned 
a trip to Italy for his health. "I 
will feel more like working then." 
But the inner compulsion was not 
to be denied. So, on Septemiber 4, 
1847, his 54th year, he finished 
the poem he had begun many 
years earlier, and set forth on his 
final and fatal Journey. 
Life Not Easy 

Life had not been easy for Lyte. 
Poverty plagued his youth, but he 
managed to complete his training 
for the ministry, take holy or- 
ders, and settle down, at 21. In a 
small parish in Ireland. But even 
there doubt haunted him and un- 
certainty dogged his footsteps. 
He fven began questioning the 
call to the Christian ministry and 
woi^leRd why he had not follow- 
ed the medical professional in- 
stead. A visit to a dyii^ brother- 
minister wrought a marvelous 
transformation in his life, and in- 
spired him to pen his .^iritual au- 
tobiography in a remarkable 
hymn which fcegan with these 
lines: 

Jesus, I my cross have taken. 
All to leave and follow Thee; 
Naked, poor, despised, forsaken. 
Thou from hence my allshalUbe. 



In that spirit he plunfed into 
hU work with lAcreased devotton. 
in 1823 he was appointed per- 
petual eurate of Lower ftlidiam, 
Devon, England, where he labored 
tirelessly, relinquishing hopes and 
ambitions to be a "good .soldier of 
Jesus ChrLst." But even there 
peace and quiet weie denied him. 
During his frequent absences from 
the parish in the fruitless search 
for good health, dlasentions arase 
in the church, members withdrew, 
and finally even the choir refused 
to sing. 

"I must get «way to a dry cli- 
mate," he often Ktld. "My feeMe 
frame cannot endure much more." 
But he pushed himself to com- 
plete a small booklet, "Spirit of 
the F^lms," whkh he published 
in 18M. This volume included, 
among other poems, one entitled. 
"Praise, my soul, the king of hea- 
ven." Little did he dream that 
a.'ter the iMsslng of more than a 
century a future Queen of Eng- 
land. Elizabeth n, would choose 
this as the opening hymn for her 
wedding to Lieut. Philip Mount- 
iKitten. because it had been sung 
at the wedding of her own par- 
ent-s. King George VI and Queen 
F.llzabtHh. 

•'Twenty-four years is a long 
time to stay In one parish," the 
pastor raid, as he prepared for 
his trip to the south. "I must put 
everything In order before 1 leave 
because I have bo Idea how loi« 
I will be away," he continued. As 
he went about the task of pack- 
ing books, and sorthig accumulat- 
ed papers, sermons and miscel- 
laneous manuscripts, he suddenly 
discovered in the bottom drawer 
of his desk, a poem he had writ- 
ten nearly a quarter of a century 
earlier. 

"Strange how appropriate these 
words are now," he commented, 
as he read a few of the lines to 
members of hisfamily. "I remem- 
ber the night in my first parish, 
Wrexham, when 1 was called to 
the bedside of William Augustus 
Le Hunte. As he lay dying he kept 
repeating the words. 'Abide with 
me, abide with me,' possibly from 
the story of Jesus and the two 
disclf^s on the road to Emmaus. 
After leaving his bedside I wrote 
this po^ and had completely for- 
gotten it until the pages came to 
light today." 

On Sunday, September 4, 1847, 
he administered the Lord's Sup- 




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per for the laat time His gardner 
recalled that after tea at the par- 
sonage. "Berry Head," he walked 
In the mrden in front of the 
home for a while, and then went 
(town on the rocks by the sea and 
sat for a long time, working over 
his manuscript. After the sun had 

set he returned to his ^tudy. His 
family thought he was resting, 
but he van putting the final tou- 
ches on his finest hymn. Later, as 
they listened reverently, he read 
them eight stanzas which began: 

AMde with me, fast falls the 

eventide; 
The darkness deepens. Lord 

with me abide. 
When other helpers fald, and 

comforts flee. 
Help of the helpless, O, abide 

with me. 

He left with his family the very 
next morning, September- 5, and 
arrived socn after at Mentone, 
near Nice, in Prance, at the foot 
of the Magtine Alps, in a climate 
of perpetual .sunshine. There his 
life slowly ebbed away; he died 
on Novem9>er 20. 1847, his last 
words being. "Oh. there is noth- 
ing terrtble in death. Jp.«iu.s .step.s 
down into the grave before me 
and I have both peace and hope." 
On his gravestone these words 
are carved: 

Heaven's morning breaks, and 
earth's vain shadows flee. 

In life, in death, O Lord, 
abide with me. 



He had j^-ayed In an mt^ 
po«n, "Orant me, swart«Ilke. my 
last iH-eath to spend. In aonts ttet 
may not die." 

Ood granted his prayer, and 
years after his death his words 
are nuffll>ered among the sono 
that cannot die. 



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9:00 A. M. — MrfO A. Vl^-^CtM- 
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and 11 A. M. 
Summer season— 7:30, 9:00, 10:00, 
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7:30 P.M. Thursday — Novena 

Services and Benediction. 
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Kev. Btohard H. Shi^lMiri! 

Wllltam L. Bpence 
Church School Superintendent 
10:00 a. m. — Morning Worship. 
11:00 a.m.— Church School. 
Meihodist Yauth Fellowship 
alternate SvmHiy evenings. 



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OCEAN PAKK CHAPEL 

Rt. 1, Box 83, Virginia Beach, Va. 

Kev. W. ljHmm€ tAxmlkj, D. If. 
Mrs. Winston Athey 
Cfeurch School Supertijtendent 
9:45 a.m.— Church School. 

11:00 a.m.— Mornliv Worship. 



Cvangclleal 
LVTMEBAN CHtKCH 
OV (fee Ctool Sh^viiefi 

Services at Community House 

18th and Baltre Avenue 

John David Keister, Pastor 

H. O. Erhard, Church School Supt. 

9:45 a.m.— 43unday School. 

11:00 a. m.-^Worsblp Service. 

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OaUiee 
EPISCOfPAL CHVBCH 

Atlantic Avenue at 18th Street 

, EAnAmd Berkeley, Paalor 
nrancia M. tKniiiams, Jr., Supt. of 
Sunday School; Mr. and 
BSrs. J. Douglas Hubard, co- 
Supts. of Primary Depart- 
ment; Mrs. B. D. Rtsher, 
. Nursery Dept. Sup. 

8:00 A.M.— Holy Communion. 

9:30 A.M.— Morning Prayer and 
Sermon. . ^ , » _. 

9:30 A.M.— Junior-^nior Dept. 
11:00 A.M.— Nursery-Primary De- 
partment. 

U :00 A.M.— Morning Prayer and 
Sennon. First Sunday of 
month. Holy Communion at 
11:00 A.M. 

e:OOP.M.— Y.P.P. 

iloly days are celebrated at 10:30 
A. M. with Holy Commun- 
ion. 



(flualMr) 
PltlBNM MEBVIird 

113 Pittaweod Road 
Home of Louise and Bel) Wilson 
Sunday^? :00 P.M. 



Kenqtsvtile 
BAPtlST CHURCH 

Route 2. Box 287, Norfolk, Va. 

Amrtd B. Hamrt. Pastor 
W. H. Pierce 

Church School Superintendent 

8:45 a.m.— Morning Worship. 

9:45 a. m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship. 

7:00 p.m.— B. T. U. 

8:00 p.m.— Evening Worship. 
Youth Fellowship following eve- 
ning worship 



THALIA - LTNNHAVEN CHARCffi 

(afetfeodist) 

Route 1, Xiynnhaven, Va. 

E. E. Cox, Sqyply Pastor 

Russell wowne 

Church School Superintendent 

9:45 a. m.— Church School. 

11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship at 

Italia each Sunday. 
3:00 p.m.— Worship Service at 
Lynnbaven ist. 3rd Sundays 
7:00 p.m.— Youth Fellowship. 
J4 3g j,, m .— Choir praetice Mon- 
f r^'TiJR^s. 
W.&C.S.— Second Thursdays. 



Charity 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Back Bay, Virginia 
John W. Morrison, Pastor 

Fred B. Harrell 
Church School Superintendent 
10:00 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m.^Morning Worship. 



_niesBT*aittAN cHpiicB 

Pacific Av«UM *t mh »a'aet 

CharlSiS. 'lSSlia8a,^%urch 

8eMel supterintendent. 
9:00A.|i(.-'Mbraing Wnnhlp. 
10:O0A.Mv-^hurch School. 
lltlSA.M^-Moming Worship. 
6:30 P. M.— Junior Fellowship. 
6 :30 P. M.— Senior t«llowAhtp. 
10:30 A. M Tuesday—Prayer Band. 
2:30 P.M.— 4Jrd and 4th Monday 

—Women of the Church. 
7:00 P.M.— 4th Wednesday — 

Men's Club. 
3:30 P/M. Tuesday— Brownies. 
7:30 P.M. 2nd Wednesday —Boy 
Scouts. 



Scott MaflMfkU 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Courthouse Road, Oceana, Va. 
Rev. W. N. %iney, Pastor 
.B. P. Wright 
Sunday School Superintendent 
9:00 a. m.— Early Worship. 
0:80 a.m.— Chturch School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Wonhip. 
6:80 p.m.— Youth Fellowship. 
8:00 p.m.— Evening Worstdp. 
7:00 p.m.— Saturday: Intel-me- 
diate Fellowship. 
(Nursery for all morning services) 



VIrtlnia Beach 
METHODIST CHURCH 

18th street near Atlantic Avenue 
. , C. Btanlev Lowell, Pastor 
lubray N| tSMmeiB. Church School 

Stmeritttendem. 
J. Baniii Vaat, ohour Director. 
•:ep A.IB.-*Worahlp service. 
«:00 kto.-«la«es for children 

Muraecy thru Junior Sept. 
10:10 a.m.— Classes tvc all ages. 

Nursery thru Adult Division. 
11:00 a. m.-^Worshlp Benrice. 
6:00 p.m.— Youth f^iiowsbH). 

Urst 

85th Strett Mid AMi^J^mte 

8:30 A.M.-4^iy wSShip. 
9:45 A. M.— Church School. 
11 :00 A. M.— Morning Worship. 
7:00 P. M.— B.T.U. 
8:00 P.M.— Evening Worship. 
7 :00 P. M. Wednesday— Teacher's 

meeting. 
11:00 A.M. 1st Thurs^wr— W.M.8. 

CUxies General Meetmg. 
1:00 P.M.— Cub Scouts. Call the 

Church. 



Nlmmo 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Virginia 
R«v. Richard H. SluuMaad. Pastor 

D. Murray Malbon 

Church School Superintendent 

10:30 a.m.— Church School. 

11:30 a.m.— Morning Worship, on 

2nd and 4th Sundays. 



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9:45 a.m-4Sunday School: 
11:00 a.m.— Mwning Wwstalp. 
6:30 p.m.— P. A. Service. 
7:M p.m.— BnuKciMic Sovice. 
' aervtoe^ r:10 p. m. WM- 



Oaii Grove 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

Back Bay, Virginia 
William A. Riohardsott. Paator 

Curtis J. Ansell 
Chureh Sobool Sttperinlcndent 
8:4i a.m.-^Chureh School. 
11:00 a.m.— Mmmlag Werahip. 
8:00 p.m.— Evening Worahtp. 
7:46 p.m. WedniMday>-Prayer 

and study Period. 
WM.S. meets 2nd Mondays, 8 pjn. 

Takeraade 

SBTHODtST OtIUROH 
rincess Anne. Virginia 
Box 800. Larmthavcn. Va. 

Church liehoei BuperiaMudent 
11:30 a.m.-<Ohurch adwoi. 
1:30 p.m.-^«ii>mite Wisntaip, on 

1st and 3rd Sundays. 
Youth Fellowship alternate Thum- 
days evenings by appoint- 
ment. 



Church School Supermteadent 
9:f6 a.m.— Cluuvh Sehool. 
11:60 a.m.— Mwniag Wmahlp. 
7:30 p. m.— Youth Feikmahip. 



LflillHAVBfl 
W&TWWMVBX CWvmCn 

Lynnhaven village 
■ev. Hi^aMMMl C. FMloa, Ptator 

J. H. JIttnt, Chureh School Super- 
intendent. 
10:00 a.m.— Church SehO(M. 
11:00 a.m.— Momii« WiwMilp. 

6:30 p.m.— Y<mth Fellowahlp. 

6:30 p. m.— noneer Fellowship. 

7:30 p.m.— Bvemi^ Wonhip. 



BPMcoML cnmcM 

Eempaiviiie 

Bev. Alezaaier Pntm 

Morris Alley, Church 8chO(H Supt. 
8:00 a. m.— Holy Communion. 
10:60 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Praiwr and 

Sermon. 
11 :00 a. m. — Holy C<»nmunion and 

Sermon ea first ttonday. 
8:00 p.m.— Wednesday duririkc 
Lent. Evening Worship. 



EASTERN SHORE CHAPEL 

(Episcopal) Laskin Road 

Hot. Henry C. BartOD, Jr. 
Lt. Cradr. G. R. Berkeley, Church 

School Superintendent. 
9:45 a.m.— Church School. 
9:45 a.m.— Adult Study Group. 
9:48 a. m.-^*fursery, klnderg'tn. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 
6:00 p.m.— Youth Fellowship. 



OLD DONATION 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

Rt. 1. Box 63B, Bayside, Va. 

Rev. Beverley D. Tucker, Jr. 

Robert L. Beaie, Church school 
Superintendent. 

9:46 a.m. — Chuch School. 

8:60 a.m. — Holy Communion. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Prayer. 
^7:30 p.m.— Youth Fellowship. 

7:30 p.m. — ^Evenmg Prayer. 



EAST OCEAN VIEW 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Ninth St. & Pleasant Ave. 

R. Allen Brown, Pasttv 

W. £. Allmond, Church School Su- 
perintendent. 

9:30 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 

6:30 p.m. — Pioneer Fellowship. 

6:30 p.m.— Senior Hi Fellowship 

8:00 p.m.— Evening Worship. 

6:00 p. m.— Tuesdays, Fellowship 
Supper. 

7:00 p. m.— Tuesdays, Prayer ser- 
vice and Bible Study. 



BAYSIDE BAPTIST CHAPEL 

uouoiiu Corner, Bayside, Va. 
Stcuno i>'iuor, uvcru>n's Mareat 

Jonn H. Wright, Pastor 

iiux ooi, ftaysiae, va. 

J. iiiarl Jarreli, ouimay ccnool Su- 

P«rini.enaent. 
tf.ia a.m. — ouiioay School. 
ii:uu a. m.— Adoinmg Worship. 
U:3U p.m.— X raining Union. 
6:uo p. m.— iJivtning Worship. 
»:ia p.m. Wbuneooay — grayer 
ctuu xtiui^ oiuuy. 



Calvary 
PRESBYTERIAN CRURCR 

Olenrock, Rt. 2, Norfolk, Va. 
Thomas Wesley, D.D„ Bnpply 

Charles E. Parron 
Church Sehool Superintendent 
Vi46 a.m.— Chureh School. 
11:08 a.m.— Morning Woi«hip. 
6:30 p.m.— Pioneer Fellowship. 
6:80 p.m.— Youth Pellolvship. 
7:80 p. m. W!?<lnesday--^prayer 
Meetmg. 



luuti^i uiavi!. 

BAPlitiT CHURCH 

Rev. W. P. Jones, Pastor 

J. W. tinarpe, cnurch ticnool Sii- 
pei:ini.tno(;nt. 

tf:du a. m.— ciiurch School. 
ii\6M a. m.— Murhtng Worship. 

7:30 p. m.— Evening Worship. 



BEECH GROVE 
METHUOIHT CHURCH 

Princess Anne 

WUbam u. Barber, Paatar 

n. n. wcsc, eunaay ticnwi oupt. 
iu:UO a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m.— Mornmg Worship, on 

2iid and 4th Sundays. 
7:00 p. m.— Evening Worship on 

3rd Sunday night. 



LondMt 




G. UWMll ,_„. 

R. B. Oaiter 

(%ureh School Sup«rinttttdent 
10:00 a.m.— ChurA acUiM. 
II. to a.m.— M(miing Wontup. 

7:10 p.m.— B.T.U. 

•c«o p.m.<-*t;i ffg Wonhip. 

Hayg tad MmsmM 

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BETHEL METHODIST OHUROH 

Creeds 
WUliam E. Barber. Pastor 

Mrs. Uila HocKett, Sunday School 

bupenntendent. 
10:00 a.m.— Church school. 
11:10 a.m.— Morning Worship on 

1st and 3rd Sundigis. 
7:00 p.m.— Evening Worship on 

2nd Sunaay nights. 



KNOTT'S ISLAND 
MUTHODIST CHURCH 

luioit's Island. N. c. 
WMIam E. BaHier, Hstor 

E. 11. tie«siey, Sunday seiwol »upt. 

10:00 A.m.— CiMircn bcnooi on 
2nd and 4th Sunda«6, and 
a. m.— Church School (m 
1st and 3rd Sundays. 

10:00 a.m.— Morning WMtiUp Ml 
1st and 3rd Sundays, 
p.m.— Evening Worship on 
4th Sunday nights. 



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Bay^G 
PRESBYIEMAN CHURCH 

Near RoDblna Comer 
«*T. J. fi. lakwaaM. «ailw 

E. D. Ney, Church Scho<ri {^>t. 
8:46 a.m.— Sunday SchotA 
11:00 a.m.— MMiklng WwsHip 
(Itanety for dUMrai) 



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Since the beginning: of time, man has recog^kei tti 
divine worship. He has ever sought a stairway to CM. • 
two thousand years the Christian religion has poaited fiHBi -to mM| a 
stairway, ^nd through the centuries millions have cteiitd ft. « B^lpi]- 
lions have not! And the reason they have not is tfie tuatH wmmm fft^Um 
that faces the Church and the world today: • Yon tee, Hm Mftr ftll&yp^ tP 
God is FAITH IN J£SUS CHRIST, HIS SON. And FaHh li not mmm^nm 
which men can possets collecthreb^, as all Americans poness freedom. 
Faith is something we can only posses individaBtty like life itself. 
The man who lacks it is dead, even though millions around him 
possess it • The faith of your wife, or your father, or your 
son, or your nation is not—for you — a stairway to God. 
Christ has given you the Church to plant and culti- 
vate faith in your heart. But the Church must 
have yoitf heart •— in person! 



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Incorporated 

21st Street 

Phone 74 — Virginia Beach 

TAVLGMt UPHOLSTBRINO CO. 

Complete tJ|]liobteria{ — Auto and 

Furniture — Siipcovers 

821 17lh St.. Virguiia Beach 

Telei^one 2345 

PEINCES.S ilNNE MOTOR CO 

i. Vnak Malbon 
Phone: V.B. 1815 Oceana, Va. 

NIXON felLECTRIC 

Electrical Contractors 

Qcepfreaae.and Apex Appliances 

House and Commercial Wiring 

Lighting Fixtures . General Repairs 

606 17th St., Va. Beach— Phone 1 105 

WESTERN AUTO 
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Home Owned by S. M. Riggs 
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nwne 4K0g • Virginia Beach 

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OCEANA rEED & HARDWARE CO. 

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H. E. FrizzelU President 

Seed and Garden Sufiplies 

Phones: Office 546 —Res. 278I<W 

Oceana, 'VirgSaia 

OCEANA Cf.EANERS 

Virginia Bca«^ Blvd., Oceana. Vto. 

Cleaning - I'lxjsbing - Dyeing 
W. C. "Biir West Realty Coip. , 

Rioae: Viifiau Bemii 2691 



"Service With Safety at Webb" 

Atlantic Avemie at 27th Kre^ 

nK»e 17S6 Vinpiua Beadi 



W. S. McKENNET ft SON 

.Staple and Fancy Groceries 
Meat Market — F^its and Vegetables 
Phone: V.B. 226 or 923 — Oceana, Va. 

SftS S & 10 DEPT. STORES 

Oceana and Bayside, Va. 
Oceana, Virginia 

RUSSELL Si HOLMES 

"Where Shopping is a Pleasure" 
1908 Atlantic Ave. Virginia Beach 

C. W. WADE'S ES80 STATION 

Tires. Tiibcs, Auto Accessories 

19th and Atlantic Avenue 

Phone 655 Virginia Beach 

HOLT - BUICK COMPANY 

Sales - Service — Body & Fender Work 

21st and Pacific Avenue 
Phone 484 Virginia Beach 

KELLAM.E.4T0N INSURANCE CO. 

Real Estate - Rentals - Insurance 

3113 Pacific Avenue 

Phone 156 Virginia Beach 

THE SHELTON BIBLE CLASS 

Scott Memorial Methodist Chuah 

Oceana, Virginia 

Welcomes You Each Sunday Morning 

at 10 o'clock 

MAKSTAS FUNERAL HOME 

I8ih St. and Baltic Av«)uc 
Phone 2372 Viifiaia Beach 

C. E. HOBECK 

Plumbing and Hea^ng 

31st .Street, Virginia Beach 

Phone*: V. B. 153 Norlolk'MA 2-1142 

C. r. KADAS CONPANiY 

Manufacturers of "Art Metal f\imitiMe'' 

Lawn and Poix^ Fnraiture 

Utrfiolstered Furniture 

Ornamental Railings - Steel Fabricators 

PhoB^ V.B. 1742 Oceana, Va. 



FOOD CARNIVAL 

30th St. and Arctic Avenue 
Virginia Beach 

JARVI8 A RITCHIN 

General Insurance 
17th & Pacific Ave. Phone 363 



ATLANTIC GROCERY 

2306 Atlantic Avenue 
Wione 70 Virginia Beach 

BMRHAE MOTORS 

' Pi)rd Mes and Service 
ViiBinia Beach. Virghila 

LONDON BMIKIE Et/ttLY ,CO. 

HatxIWara - Bidding SMMliai 

Dupoot WnV 

TelcvbOM Vifr2477 

OC^NA IHIUQE 

TtfcMteoe 3212 
Virgkiia BMdi Blvdi, Oceana, Va. 

CUBRRY ■ .FEABSON 

Vinkia Be«cli, Vlrgiak 

Sawyer's 

jy'?S^'*"* BBACH GBQCBRY 

205 17Hi -St. Vir^Bla -Beadi 

BBINKLEY'S SHELL 8CII.VICK 

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TtfKi Braithwaite, Prop. . . 
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attended the national sales con- 
ference of the Oonnectieiit Ifutoal 
life Inaoranee Company, at the 
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B. M'oer BiiSB> ' aatloiii^^ fa- 
mom offgaoist who us largely n^ 
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eM M tte offAA aA a f'iMcnt in- 
sOumenf. win appear in recital 
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HOefott en Tuesihiy. May 17. at 
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Oie Nerf (ft Ch^ter of the Aati- 
erieaa OuUd of Onranists. 

Itr. Bins WM bom tai Bi«lanit 
and attcwM the Royal AeadeB^ 
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AftMr touring England, appearing 
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and in Queens Hall. Lmdon. he 
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tling in Boston. Be la now an 
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sance of the organ. Mr. Mggs has 
personally built tq> a wide au- 
dience toi this country through 
appearances in the ctmcert hall, 
with symjrfwny orchestras and on 
the air. 

Tor a mimlber of years. M. Biggs 
has performed over the CBS ra- 
dio itetwork and Sunday morn- 
ings, plajrtiw the instmnent in 
the Buach-Reisinger Museum of 
Harvard University. Recently he 
presented the complete organ 
worlu of Bach on these hroad- 
ca.tts, an achievement whieh won 
him country-wide admiration. 

With the millions reached hy 
world-wide prognons for the 
the Columbia network ptas his 
Voice of America, and with fre- 
quent broodeaats of his record- 
ings, it may be said that E. Pow- 
er Biggs is heard regularly by 
more listeners than any organist 
in history. 

There is no admlnkm charge 
for the recital at ^pworth on May 
17 and the public is cordially in- 
vited. An offering will be receiv- 
ed to help defray expenses. 



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"Such spectaeutor results in so 
titMrt a ttee are most unusual in 
a new safety progrwn." Mr. Srai- 
mwfMd said. "and. although we 
are j^eued wKh progress to date, 
it nust be reaUKd that the Post 
Office Oepartaaent has a loi« way 
to go in this direction. 

"For years the depa r t men t held 
the unpleasant record of the 
highest aeeldent rate hi the Fed- 

Tal g o ve r nm e nt, with nearly 
100.009 regtter drivers on the 
streets and roads, the postal ser- 
▼ice has the hirgest fleet in the 
world. CMnriously, the hiiA acci- 
dent rate was a most serious mat- 
ter. This fact was aheady troub- 
Ing us when Prtsident Elsenhow- 
er, early in 1»54, challeiwed his 
White House Conference on High- 
way Safety to cut what he termed 

the nation's shocking highway 
death and accident toll.' 

"Ih early f aO «f last year we 

*aa oar aale driviiw program 

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Ike k«t oaarter of 1954 wHk 
thai of the saaie pcvKmI a yesw 
feefaae. Th^, by the way. to the 
b a s ie st Maw «f 4he year far 

peat lOfvleea aniee M Mr Hides the 
ChrlrtBUn feaNaya." 

Statlstkal procl o; improve- 
ment is shown by the folloiwing 
examijdes: 

In the last quarter cf 1953 Los 
Angeles postal auth<Mrlties repent- 
ed 140 accidents, while the figure 
for the same period in 1954 — 
after the new program was put 
into motion — was 84. The cost 
of repairs to postal vehicles in 
that period was $2,230.73; in 1954 
it drcMHd to $643.21. The acci- 
dent rate per 100.000 miles was 
13.63 in 1^3: down to 7.60 the 
next year. The imjn-ovement in 
the accident rate wa4 44 ^f : In the 
cost rate, 72%. 

In the region for which Boston 
is postal headquarters the cost of 
repairs dropped from $9,992.90 in 
1953's fourth quarter to $6,423.87 
m 1954. In the Chicago region, 
which includes many heavily con- 
gested and industrialized areas. 
such as Derolt and Milwaukee, 
there were 1.029 accidents in 1953. 
but 894 in 1954. The cost of re- 
pairs dropped from $32,034.35 in 
1953 to $21,218.58 in 1954. 

In Kansas City, the accident 
frequency rate of 3.2 per 100,000 
miles in 1953 was cut in the last 
quarter of 1954 to 1.7 per 100.000. 

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that the sUtistical digest of the 
reports from the field wfll show 
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The Post C.'fice Oeparbnent's 
program actually started in June 
of 1954 when the Bureau of Per- 
sminel initiated a motor vehksle 
and traffic aeddent preventlm 
instructors' tralnii^ program. 

Trainees were ncnninated by 
their local postal officials as the 
best qualified to leam the safety 
program techniques and to teach 
them to the drivers in the local 
installations. A full five-day week 
ef 40 hours was devoted to each 
class until 8600 trainees had qual- 
ified to b?come instructors. 

The program was decentarilzed 
to the rrgicms with the appoint- 
ment of regional .lalety officers 
starting in Puly, 1954. 

A wide variety of training and 
testing materials is provided both 
Instructors and trainees throiwh 
the national office in Washington 
and the regional offices. These 
include motor sensory traiinir^ 
aids, trahiing films, text books, 
instruction and demonstration 
euidcs. a chronological outline for 
a continuing sustained program, 
and a clear set of policy rules and 
regulations for the training pro- 
gram now being prepared for in- 
ssrtion in the Postal Manual. 

Meanwhile the Post Office I>e- 
partment drivers have been en- 
tered in the National Safety 
CounsiKs safe driver award pro- 
gram which, it is anticipated, will 



h^ the eonUaiml in^ovna^U 
ia tko ani ayianaf ii safety naaol. 
Under thta program pottal praple 
who co^^te 1^ mtmUm of drtv- 
tng wlOuMit a preventaMe aeel- 
ctent in the Counell's eoveted 
award with a lapel pin and a card 
signed by the Poatmaster Otneral 
aa ertdence of their stattus as safip 
drivers. 



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VOLUME XXX. Ho. 18 



TELEPHONE 1877 



VIRGINIA BEACH. VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1955 



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PA TICKET DEALS IN HALF-TRUTI 

NORFOLK MOVES TO ANNEX HUGE AREA OF PA COUNTY 

Preliminary Steps Ordered to 
Encompass 42 Square Miles 



y Pledged to Oppose Move; 
Fight Seen to Stop "Grab " 

The City of Norfolk officially moved Tuesday to begin pre- 
liminary studies with the view to annexing a part of Princess Anne 
County. The area under consideration would include 41.216 miles 
of the county. 

It was evident that the City of Norfolk will face a tough fight 
if they should go ahead with annexation plans. Princess Anne 
County officials have anticipated 
such a move for sometime and 



recently included in its budget an 
appropriation designed to be used 
to fight such a move by Norfolk. 

Iferfefk's CHy Coimcil voted 
aiwalaMnisly Tnesdsy in order- 
liic tonnedlale teehnNal and 
«hf ineertaiff reports showing the 
"neeeasHy for and expediency 
of" eniartins the city. 

The area now onder eonsid- 
eratton woald inelade all of the 
lilC Kempsvllle Magisterial Dis- 
trict and would extend to the 
Lynnhaveri Bay, down Tharston 
itoanch. past Thalia and into 
the tip iielow the Virginia 
Beach Boulevard crossing. 

It Is not known whether the 
fomuil ordinance would take in 
the new Princess Anne High 
School at Thalia, hut it is felt 

The proposed area would give 
Norfolk a eoiHblned land area of 
89 square miles making it the 
largest city in Virginia in land 
area. The City of Warwick now 
.holds that distinction witti 62 
square miles. 

The proposed move by the City 
of Norfolk is expected to face a 
bitter fight from the county and 



four candidates in the forthcom- 
ing primary election reiterated 
their (^position to such a move 
in a statement released Wednes- 
day. 

The four organization candi- 
dates. V. A. "Jack" Etheridge. for 
treasurer; Ivan D. MaN>, for 
commissioner of the revenue; 
John E. Marr, for sheriff; and 
R. S. "Bob" Wahaib. for com- 
monwealth's attorney; pointed 
out that they win oppose any 
such annexation of any part of 
Princess Anne County. 

The candidates said "we will 
oppose any annexation move to 
annex any part of Princess 
Anne County unless the people 
in the affected area are allowed 
to vote on the matter." 

Opposition to annexation is 
also expressed in the tomial 
pifetform of the «c«aillMti«i 
caiididat«ii which was Issued 
"iSveial iriWka at*. Ther^ his 
been no mention of annexa- 
tion by the candidates opposing 
the organisation group as far as 
is known. 

County officials have unoffici- 
ally expressed their concern over 
Norfolk making such a move and 
it is felt that they are unanimous 
in opposing such encroachment 
on county territory. 



Duschin 



Dm't ke 
1M7 if the naMns's 
pers carry tte sperts MadHm. 
"Mhiyor Dndi Wins Kentwky 
Derby" for there is a dhtmet 
pesBlblWIy ef that happenlag 
rtnee hMt Satv^ay night. 

ft was last Saturday night 
that a young eeN was bom out 
at Aide farms in Princess 
Arnie County and the owners, 
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. iseMs, 
named the youngster after Vir- 
ginia Beach's pepufair mayor. 
PnuA A. Dnseb. 

So. if you're a bettlnt man 
it nrfght be well to remember 
uid place smart money on 
"Mayor Duseb hi the 19S7 Ken- 
tucky Derby. Mr. and Mrs. Ja- 
cobs have high hopes of racing 
the newest member of their 
stable and wHh hhi bhwd back- 
ground stands a good chance 
of going places. 



Candidates Will Fight 
Plan With All Energy 



Polto Chapter 
Thanks Public 
For Cooperatioit 

Mrs. Wallace Cla^k. Chairman 
of the Princess Anne County 
Chiptier Niitional Foundation for 
Infantile Parfilysia. haa l«««!l,» 
statement of sincere thanks, on^ 
behalf of the local Chapter, for 
■all those who so gfnerously gave 
their time and asslftanee In rend- 
ering the first dose of Salk vac- 
cine to first and second grade pu- 
pils recently. Mrs. Clark stated "1 
have never before seen such 
splendid cooperation as that ren- 
dered by doctors, nurses, volun- 
( Continued on Page 3) 



The organizati^m candidates for 
the four constitutional offices in 
Princess Aime County issued the 
following statement relatlyeto the 
newspaper announcemenctjf^ the 
proposed annexation move by the 
City of Norfolk in acquiring more 
than 41 square miles of the coun- 
ty. 

"We have stated from the be- 
ginning of this campaign and 
it is Inelnded in our announced 
idstfonn that we win oppose 
annexation of any part of the 
territory of Princess Anne 
County unless the people by 
majority vote in the af«a af- 
fected want to lie annexed. We 
will oppose with an our ener- 
gies the annexation of any part 
of Princess Anne County by the 
CHy of Norfolk. 

"We have successfully fought 
this proposed annexation in the 
past and we believe that the 



type frf government we have in 
the county and the services 
whicJi are being rendered to 
the people wiU matertelly aM 
us in snreeasfnily o p po sing this 
proposed annexation. 

"Throughout this campaign 
we have conttnually pointed out 
the modernization and chang- 
es in our eeui|ty government 
that have talien place during 
the last few years that have 
provided the . services to our 
urban population. We are proud 
to be Identified with the gov- 
ernment that has recognised 
the needs of the people and has 
attempted to meet the^ re- 
quirements in every respect." 

The statement was signed by 
V. A. "Jack" Etheridge. for trea- 
surer; Ivan D. Ma pp. for com- 
missioner of the revenue: John 
E. Marr. for sheriff; and R. 8. 
"Bob" Wahab. for common- 
wealth's attorney. 



Bank of Virginia Beach Declares 
Extra Cash and Stock Dividends 



The Bank of Virginia Beach de- 
clared a semi-annual dividend of 
three per cent plus a two per cent 
'extra dividend to stockholders of 
«eeo][(l M of May 25. it wa» an- 
nounced toy E. H. Church, presi- 
dent, following a meeting of the 
bank's board of directors last Fri- 
day night. 

In addition to the two flividends 
it was voted to award one sha^e 
of stock for each three shares now 
held by the bank's stockholders. 
This division of stock becomes 



effective to stoclfholders of re- 
cord as of May 26. 

Church announced that the in- 
stitution's paid in capital was now 
|3M,oeO and that earned surtius 
amounted to $^00,000. UndiVlded 
profits earned amount to an- 
other $20,000. 

The Bank of Virginia Beach is 
a home-owned institution and 
will celebrate the tenth anniver- 
sary of its founding in June. The 
new main office on Pacific Ave- 
nue near 31st Street was dedi- 
cated last June 4. 



MAP SHOWING AREA PROPOSED FOR ANNEXATION BY NORFORK 




Second Polio 
Vaccine Shots 
Next Week 

The second dose of Salk vac- 
cine is scheduled to be given 
to an first and second grade 
children in Virginia Beach and 
Princess Anne County next 
week. The vaccinatlens wfll be 
given an week at the Health 
Centre at PrinceM Anne Court- 
house and Thursday and Fri- 
day at Virginia Beach. Thb 
dose wttl be given free of 
charge to an children who re- 
ceived the first dose several 
weeks ago. 



Beach Zoning 
Code May be In 
for Revision 

Zoning and insuraiKe matters 
took up most of the time at the 
regular meeting of the Virginia 
Beach City Council held Monday 
afternoon and as a result two 
committees were appointed to in- 
vestigate both subjects. 

Mayor Frank A. Dusch appoint- 
ed Herbert Terry along with 
Councllmen W. C. Everett and 
John McCombs to a committee 
to make a study of the toning 
code of the city with a possibility 
ef nevlj^x^ the code.. 

A study of the insurance pro- 
gram will be carried out by Coun- 
cilman W. W. McClanan and Ter- 
ry. The latter is at present the 
agent of record for the city. 

The zoning matter came to the 
attention of the Council In the 
form of a complaint entered by 
Mrs. H. A. Clopton. who called 
attention to two commercial signs 
between 34th Street and the Cav- 
alier Club, which is zoned Resi- 
dential A. 

The question came up concern- 
ing the area on the ocean front 
and on Atlantic Avenue as to 
whether it should not be rezoned 
Residential B to permit apart- 
ments and the like. 

The Virginia Beach Associa- 
tion of Stock Insurance Agents 
(Continued on Page 3) 



HIGH SCHOOL JAMMED AS 
ORGANIZATION "OPENS Ur 

'Antto' FlaHMl For CamiMifn of 
Smear, Intinuation and IniMiid* 

Speaker Charges "Butsie" Heath 
"Unfir to Hold Public Office 

Climaxed by a fellow lawyer labeling the anti-organizatkni^*" 
didate for commor|wealth's attorney as unfit to hold public omc^ 
more than 750 persons roared their approval at the first paVm 
meeting sponsored by the organization candidates for co nstita* 
lional offices held in the Virginia Beach High School auditomnt 

last Thursday night. xj..— at 

The final speaker of the evening. Attorney Eme«t !i. .h*2™N 
made a stinging attack on James E. Heath, the anti-organttatiejl 
candidate for commonwealth's attorney, who was present at fm 
meeting. Heath attempted to speak from the audience but wai 
promptly shouted down by the ^^^ organization from here 04 
wildly cheering crowd. It was j ^^ ..^,ij g^^^ ^ gu jo j^u." 
at this point that Merrill stated | He said the Ticket for Prtiwwl 



Dotted line fa«ginniilg at center of Lynnhaven Inlet indicates lenritoiry prqx^sed for annexation by City of Norfolk. 



Knights Templar 
At Methodist 
Church Sunday 

The Knights TSemplar. Orlce 
Commandery, will hold their an- 
nual Ascension Sunday service at 
the Methodist Church of Virginia 
Beach next Sunday, May 22, at 8 
p m. All Knights Templar and 
their families and friends have 
been invited to the service, which 
is open to the public. Arrange- 
ments for the service have l)een 
made by Earl DuVal, Commander. 

The Ascension Day sermon, 
"C*rist Above All." will be preach- 
ed by the Methodist pastor, the 
Rev. C. Stanley Lowell. An added 
feature of the evening will be spe- 
cial music by the Job's Daughters 
Chorus under the direction of Mrs. 
Agnes Aldridge. 



that "Heath had come to the 
meeing uninvited, then tried to 
interrupt the meeting and could 
not contain himself, a further 
example of his (Heath's) unfit- 
ness for the office he seeks." 

The organization opened a 
counter attack on the Tlc*et for 
Princess Anne by disclosing to 
the overflow crowd that the anti- 
organization group had paid the 
largest single lump sum of poll 
taxes in the history of the county. 
The sym was quoted as $1,500. 

The organization ripped into 
e«ch of the opposing candidates 
individuany, charging that they 
are seeking office by "dealing in 
half truths and character assas- 
sination." 

John E. Marr, the in-gmnisatlon 
candidate for the office of shwlff . 
was the first ^leaker, and anted 
that if he were elected sheriff the 
Jail would be kept in an orderly 
manner and only those authorized 
would have access to the keys to 
the jail. 

It was left to V. A. "Jack" 
Etheridge, the treasurer candi- 
dfkte. and Robert S. "Bob" Wa- 
hab, the commonwealth's at- 
torney candidate, to really open 
up on the Prineeaa Anne Ticiiet 
group, ail four of whom we^ 
seated in the audience. 

Wahab opened fire by callhir> 
the Ticket tor PrinceM Anne 
one that practleca "political hy- 
procrlsy." He aaid they had told 
so many untruths that it was 
his Intent "to ahow by fact 
their double standard of politi- 
cal morality; the hypocrites to 
say one thing and do another." 



Final Exercises 
At Higli Scliool 
Niglit of June & 

The final exercises for the Vir- 
ginia Beach High School gradua- 
tion will take place in the high 
school auditorium on Wednesday, 
June 8. at eight o'clock in the eve- 
ning. 

Lewis We»jto, the director of 
the Norfolk College off William 
and Mary-VPI, will deliver the 
addiress to the seniors. Lena Hut- 
senpiller, daug^hter of Mr. and 
Mrs. E. T. Hutsenpiller of 30th 
and Baltk: Avenue, is the class 
valedJctorlan. and will give the 
(CTontlnaed «■ h«e 3) 



Wahab charged that the maimer 
of block payment of poll taxes 
had been used by the Princess 
Anne Ticket as a means to attract 
attention. He said they did not 
tell the truth in a statement they 
Issued stating that they had ask- 
ed Treasurer D. J. Vaughan to re- 
fuse to accept such payments. 
"They did not tell the putoUc." 
Wahab said, "that less than one 
hour before calling on the T^«as- 
urer, they made a payment of 
more than $400 in blodc payment 
of taxes." 

The organieatlon candidate for 
commonwealth's attorney alao ac- 
cused the anti group of having 
made the largest single payment 
of poll taxes in the history of the 
county Just the day before mak- 
ing a great show of security a 
writ of mandamus to have the 
Treasurer allow them to examine 
the poll tax list. Wahab stated 
the payment was for some $1,500. 

Etheridge lowered the boom on 
the opposing candidates and stat- 
ed that the voters had heard only 
part of the story for so long that 



Anne from the outaet haa bee4 
against everything but (or notlM 
ii»g. 

"It to their theoM," he arii. 

"They say they're acatait MM 

Floyd Kenan •• yaa dHNM 

elect them." 
EtherMge mM when he Mii 

as a candidate for tteanucf IM 

expected opi wwi tl a M and 

•aid so. Tet whea hie 

Llttteton B. Wafter, ftfl I 

campaign, it m 

"he Just can't stand 

and had to cry 

tried to buy htan aff ." 

He charged that Walker's ptilN 
lie record shows he cant fltaui4 
competition. BUieridca ysntani 
a traoseripk of a fMriMiT, MMi 
hearing before the State Ooqwii* 
tion Commlgrion. tt dealt witli 
the applteatlon ci the Admlrii 
Storage and Transfer COnMratlMi 
to set up operations at Vlnlnla 
Beach. 

The organisation candidate for 
treasurer read from the transcrlpl 
opposition to the appllcatloii bf 
Walker, who also operates a ator- 
age business. The testimcHV k^ 
Walker was to the effect his hua- 
iness amply served the vemnri and 
about as per cent of It was tttm 
the military. He testified tlie Kinsi 
for the business in 1963 was in,* 
000. 
\l "Does anyone think he's ftdnt 
^ give tip this bualnesa and ff 
down to the courthouse and real* 
ly be treasurer of Prinraai Ami 
County?" Etherise asked. 

He assailed the aoti thftet) 
Heath as "self-amiolnted to earry 
the torch of r^hteousness thrmnh 
the highways aiKl byways of Mn- 
cess Anne County." He reeattsd 
that at a Kempsville rally, HiMlh 
had told of his folly as a yotttti, 

Btheridge charged Rea^ wtUt 
withholding things the pulbila 
slM>uld know, and dared htall to 
"give you aU of it." , 

He mid W. W. Oli««r. tt., 
mnnliig for i nmniJMhtiiw nt 
the revenue, In Uie paat had' 
tried ta have the afftec afeat> 
lahed as an eleetlve < 
backlar a mm* far a 
executive farm af tateniimiit. 
"Statce the befliiidi« iff tMi 
eauaalgn." BtherUie deelftRdt 
"the anti tkket haa deerMi aii> 
poUitlve powers aa a treat a^ttb 
yet their cai 
change the faveriuMBt ta 
where the people wauM te«a 
' stiH fewer tafflce 
spoBriMe ta them." 



Re called on Sheriff C. tfeogMP 
Malbon, rumiing with the iMeet 
for Princess Anne, to Aem tt 
there really were bregularttiea Ki 
the big <»au>algn and 
(Canttmed dia Hgt 4) 



TIDE SCHEDULE 

rOR VIHGINIA BEACH AND CAK HENHT 

:^n Ri«h water Urn 

Day and date Rise Set Alt mt All 

Thursday. May 19 4:M 7:6t 5:ai S:» llitt 

Friday. May 20 4:52 7:09 8:22 «:<!• ir.» 

Saturday. May 21 4:52 7:10 7:14 7:« 1:1» 

Sunday, May 22 4:51 7:11 «:07 ttM 2:06 

Momlay, May 23 4:50 7:11 tM 9:m 2« 

Tuestoy. May 24 4:W 7:1« »:M W:19 3:» 

Wednesday, May % 4:4d 7:13 M:4» 11:14 4:^ 

Thursday, Mi«r 26 4:49 7:14 11:47 _ I:S8 

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Ocean Viem add 4i 

OklPo iBt add 49 

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VIRGINIA BEACH SUN - NEV\^, THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1955 



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Mrs. Hcdicy Chosen "First Citizen" 
By C'peake Beach Woman's Club 



Th* Wonun's Civto of Chraa- 
»i»ke Beach held t^lr 'final ineei- 
taf of tti« si>rlng on Tuesday, May 
10. at 1:00 p. m., in the Chesa- 
peake Seach Commjnity Center. 

One of the highlighta of the 
BMeting was the selection of Mrs. 
■. A. Hedley, of L«ke Bradford 
arive, as the "rirat Citiaen." She 
has long been associated with 
CHrl Scout work at Chesapeake 
Beach and in the county. She is 
Miistcnt chairman of the Prin- 
cess Anns District of Olrl Scouts, 
a voliintee>r trainer in Oirl Scout 
Leaders' program: training chair- 
man of the Virginia Tidewater 
Area Council of Oiri Scouts, and 
among other activities leader of i 
Oirl Scout Trocp 202 at Chesa- ' 
peake Beach for the past 6 years. 
She was director of Camp Ltaiik- 
horn, Oirl Scout day camp, Vir- 
ginia Beach, in 1952-53. 

Besides her scout activities, 
Mrs. Hedley is active in the Par- 
ent-Teacher Association of the 
Shelton Park School. She is also 
a Sunday Schoal teacher at Old 
Donation Church. 

Mrs. E. E. Holm will be chair- 
man for the card party in May. It 
will be held at the Community 
Center on Tuesday, May 24, and 
lunsh will be served at 12:30, fol- 
lowed b" bridge or canasta. Those 
wiEhinj to make reservations are 
asked to call either Mrs. Holm 
or Mrs. B. V. Reynolds, Jr. 

The program of the meeting 
consisted of a fashion show of 
bzachwear from Blacks at Chesa- 
peaks Beach. Mrs. W. D. Brocks 
was the commentator. The fol- 
lowing wfrc models in the fashion 
show: Mrs. J. C. Harmon, Mrs. 
W. H. Fentress, Mrs. W. f. Wasa- 
haly, Mrs. W. R. Green- 
weil. Mrs. J. W. Orandy, m, Mrs. 
E. M. George, Mrs T. E. AUred, 
Mrs. W. H. Etheradge and Mrs. 
E. L. King._^ 

Th« following teen-agers were 
also models: Diana Drtnnan, An- 
na Bland Faison, Rose Marie 
Hampton, Karen Causey, Marshal 
Harrington, Linda Harreli Owen 
Beai'd, Julianne Meyerhof'er, Sue 
Reynolds and Betty Faison. 

Mi's. E. L. King and Mrs. Gor- 
don Oliver put on a humorous 



pantomime skit. Mrs. J. L. Judge' 
was pianist. 



GAROEN CLUB DCCLAKES 
WAR ON "BLACK WIDOWS" 

The Diamond Springs Cterden 
Club met May 7th at the home of 
Mrs. Harold McClug cm WesClniry 
Road. At the meeting they de- 
cided to war on black widow spi- 
ders and other pests in the area. 
Mrs. B. Cato has charge of this 
project and all of the residents 
Willi be contacted personally. 

A membership committee was 
aippointed at this meeting, and is 
composed of Mrs. Cato, Mrs. L. 
Tucker and Mrs. C. S. Finscher. 

Mrs. T. Annarino was the guest 
speaksr. 



CIVIC LEAOVE PLANS 
RtIMM AGE SALE 

The Diamond Spring Civic 
League ways and means commit- 
tee is planning a rummage sale. 
The proceeds will go towards the 
building fund. Anyone in the area 
having salad}le items to contri- 
bute XT asked to call Mrs. Vera 
Davenport, LO 3-8080, Mrs. F. 
Miller, LO 3-8088, or Mrs. Settle 
Dall. LO 3-6060. 



Ocean Park Club JebR Kiyft, 
Installs Officers; j (|,„ jg Ri^i, 
Hears Speaker \^^j^^^^XjtiH 

ThA Ocean Park Woman'i CTub !■■■■■ " "^J — ww-w 



GIRL SCOUT TROOP 

WILL CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY 

Olrl Scout Troop 202 at Ches- 
apeake Beach will celebrate Its 
eighth birthday on May 21. Mrs. 
W. B. Meekins, who is taking over 
the troop from Mrs. H. A. Hedley. 
Is planning a party for the girls 
in her yard on that day. The girls 
are looking forward to having a 
"big time." 

The leader has just registered 
24 girls in the troop. The trocp 
ccmmlttee lov the coming year is 
as follows: Mrs. Meekins. leader; 
Mrs. Carl Qlrard. assistant leader; 
Mrs. Joseph Mattox, Mrs. Joel 
Haskins and Mrs. Hedley, com- 
mittee. 



Ronnie Hedley. son of Mr. and 
Mrs. H. A. Hedley of Chesapeake 
Beach, and Tprry Parkerson. son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker- 
soil, of Chesapeake Beach, are 
representing Princess Anne High 
School at a track meet being held 
at Charlottesville this weekend. 



The Ocean Park Woman'i Club j 
held its regular meeting on Wed- 
nesday. May 11, at the Ocean 
Park Fire Station. Mrs. V. E. 
Wcrnbam cf Hampton, buget and 
fiiumce chairman of the Virginia 
Federatlcm of Women's Clubs, in- 
stalled the following officers for 
the coming year: 

Mis. R. O. Holloman, president: 
Mrs. I. D. Mapp. first vice presi- 
dent; Mrs. C. H. Foy. second vice 
president; Mrs. John M. Bragg, 
recording secretary; Mrs. E. C. 
Stcwe. ccrresponding secretary; 
Mrs. C. J. Hiller, treasurer, and 
Mrs. L. D. Lediwtter, chaplain. 

Mrs. Hollcman appointed the 
following committee chairmen: 

Mrs. I. F. Nock, fine- arts: Mrs. 
P. B. Everett, American home; 
Mrs. C. C. Njckles. public affairs: 
Mrs. P. W. Jones, international 
affairs; Mrs. J. O. Amburn, youth 
conservation; Mrs. R. P. Alexan- 
der and Mrs. F. W. DeWolf , mem- 
bership; Mrs. E. F. Caldwell, hos- 
pitality; Mrs. Foy. ways and 
msans; Mrs. Bragg, publicity; 
Mrs. Ledlbetter. parliamentarian: 
Mrs. R. S. Bugge. historian, and 
Mrs. D. B. Hill, yearbook. 
Hear Talk on Federation 
Mrs. R. Richard Schweitzsr, 
president cf the Virginia Federa- 
tion of Women's Clubs, was guest 
speaker, taking as her topic "Fed- 
eration." She declared that "we 
as a group of 24.000 clubwomen, 
have a greater responsibility than 
we realize." She emphasized that 
"God obligeth no man to do 
more than He has given him the 
ability to perform" and declared 
that "administration o! demo- 
cracy is our heritage. This heri- 
tage was handed dcwn from our 
ancestors and we as clubwomen 
should work tcgether regardless of 
our diversities." 

Mrs. D. W. Jones, budget and 
finance chairman, presented the 
new hadget, which was adopted. 
The club also voted to continue 
to hold luncheon meetings, and 
Mrs. Foy, ways and means chair- 
man, outlined plans for the com- 
ing year. 

Hostesses for the meeting were 
Mrs. Hiil, Mrs. Amburn, Mrs. 
Foy, Mrs. Everett, Mrs. G. W. 
Bunn, Mrs. C. D. Morton, Mrs. 
A. P. Main and -Mrs. Catherine 
McQueen. 



John Keyes, who will be one of 
the leading players at Theatre- 
Gc-Bound this summer, can now 
be heard daily oa'WBDF. Virginia 
Bca;h radio. 

Keyes, born in Missouri, has 
wo.ktd in all phases of the en- 
tertainment world throughout the 
nation. Ha has been a leading 
man in summer stock in Mount 
Gretna. Penna.. and Nantucket, 
Mass., playing such roles as Tom 
Pryor in "Outward Bound" and 
Petruchio in "Tamii»g of the 
Shrew." 

H.S screen credits include a year 
and a half with 20th Century-Pox 
and ^e has been seen on televi- 
sion both in dramatic roles and 
In ccmmti'cials. 

Radio is not new to John either. 
I He was heard as an announcer on 
i CES stations in St. Louis and 
I Chicago. 

I H9 will appear in a featured 
! role in " Picnic," which opens the 
I Theatrc-Oo-Round season here 
I en June 28. 



The Brittany spaniel was first 
imported to this country from 
France in the early 1930's and is 
rapidly gaining favor as a gun 

dog. 



TCLUMCiS 



A Port Story saluting battery 
took part in honors accorded the 
IS-member NATO council this 
week at the Norfolk headquuters 
of Adm. Jerauld Wright. Supreme. 
Allied Cdamnids-, Atlantic. The 
19-gun salute was fired by men 
of the 5«9th Terminal Servlee 
Company, a 5th T Battalion unit. 
with the 565th's cwnmanding of- 
ficer, Capt. William C. Condon. 
In charge. Memibers of ttie lot- 
tery were: dpi. LelU^ E. Chea- 
dle: PPC's George A. aiverse. Ce- 
cil D. MongoW, Robert O. Kriss- 
ingcr. Real V. Doyon and Lloyd 
L. Lemon: Pvts. Jack M. Randaz- 
zo. Eddie K. Prevost, Raymond L. 
Purdy. Richard O. Mldwood and 
Ottls Lewis. 

• • • 

New Finance Officer at Story 
is Maj. William P. Freligh of De- 
troit who joins the command af- 
ter three years of service at 
Headquarters, Seventh Army, in 
Europe. A graduate of the Army 
Finance School at Port Benjamin 
Harrison, Ind.. the major in civ- 
ilian life worked for the Oulf Oil 
Corp. at Ann Artwr. Mich. He is 
a veteran of World War n service 
in the Pacific. 

* * • 

Story's latest Soldier of the 
Week, Cpl. Donald R. Aiken, also 



m* honored m Mrt Rutis 8ol- 
dier of ti» Dw where he served 
as aide to Kig. Oen. Rush B. 
Lincoln St., commanding general 
of the Transportation Training 
Cmnmand. The 22-year-old sol- 
cber from Fremoiit, Mich., is a 
memftMr of Headquarters Com- 
pany. 5th TranspcH-tatlon Kitta- 

lion. 

• • • 

The 47th CUiss In operation and 
matantenancc of the arophiWous 
truck. cMiducted by the 461st 
"Barracuda" DOTCW Company. 
eiuled this week with 38 men re- 
ceiving d^Iomas from Col. Ed- 
win A. Deagle, Story's command- 
ing officer. Honor student of the 
group was Pvt. Robert L. Francis. 
21, of Salera. HI. 

• * • 

A new Board of Governors for 
Story's Officers Open Mess was 
elected by dk* meittbers this week 
at an open meeting. They are: 
Maj. Morris J. Katz. Maj. MarHn 
W. Ramsey. Capt. Warren L. 
Green. Capt. Homer J. Sivllls. 1st 
Lt. Jack J. Schwartz and 2n(t Lt. 
Philip J. Moran; with three hold- 
overs. 1st Lts. Robert A. Decker 
and Vincent M. Russo. and 2nd 
Lt. Rotoert H. Fetherston. 

• • • 

Civilian Officials from the De- 
partment of Defence visited Story 
this week, MXiompanied by the 
acting commander of the Trans- 
portation Research and Develop- 
ment Command at Fort Eustls, 
Col. Harold H. Cosgray. Heading 
the' group of five was Mr. J.cB. 



Macauley, Deputy Assistant Sec- 
retary cf Defense for Resewxh 
and Development in the Armed 
Services. He was accomc»nied by 
Meisrs, O. B. Wareham. P. S. 
Forsyth, R. A. Ida and M. Bell. 
Ejcort officer for the groi^j, 
which rode one cf Story's giant 
BARCs off Cape Henry, was Lt. 
Col. R. N. Mausert of the Office 
of the Secretary of Defense. 

• • * 

A SaMrday Parade at Fort Erx- 
stis honoring top scorers of the 
Transportation Training Com- 
mand who fired in the recent 
Second Army rifle and pistol 
tournaments was cancelled be- 
cause of rain, but they were con- 
gratulated individually by Brig. 
Gen. Rash B. Lincoln Jr. Story 
was represented by 2nd Lt. Whit- 
man Cross n, who won the indi- 
vidual pistol championship, and 
M/Sgt. Jack Carpenter. Both will 
be members of the Second Army 

Pistol Team. 

• * * 

Story's Post Engineer. Capt. 
Frank P. Francisco, has departed 
to attend the Engineer School at 
Fort Belvolr, Va., prior to reas- 
signment overseas. He will be re- 
placed by Capt. Richard Brlcker 
who is scheduled to report here 
early next month from Fort Ham- 
ilton. N. Y. 

• * • 

Award of Trophies in Story's 
Bowling League took place at the 
Officers Mess in a convivial get- 
together for league members. First 
place trophies for the top team 



went to Ma). Cart S. Pierce. Capt. 

Frank F. Francisco. Capt. John 
F. Myrdeii, Maj. James A. McCaf- 
frey, isl Lt. Keith J. Lewis. 2nd 
Lt. Robert J. Korreck and CWO 
Rcljert J. Summerhill. SecDhd 
place team was composed of Col, 
Edwin A. DSagU. Lt. Col. Fred- 
erick O. Ward. Lt. Col. Harold P. 
Baker. Maj. David A. Duffy. Maj. 
Marcus A. Petterson. Capt. Tho- 
mas M. Lawler Jr., and 1st Lt. 

Robert A. Decker. 

• • • 

New Club Officer for Story's 
Officers Mess is Capt. John P. 
Cunningham of Boston. A veteran 
of World War n service. Captain 
Cunninsham comes here from the 
European theater where he served 
with the 25th Transportation 
Battalion from 1^2 to April of 
this year. He Includes the Bronze 
Star Medal and the French Croix 
de CKierre with Silver Star among 
his decorations. 



W. T. COOKE SCHOOL MENU 
Week of May 23-27 

Monday: &uked beans with sau- 
sage; raw carrot; pear salad; roll; 
milk; cookie. 

Tuesday: Hot dog on bun; oven 
apple; green beans; milk; brownie. 

Wednesday: Italian spaghetti; 
;-aw salad; roll; milk; ice cream. 

Thursday: Canadian bacon on 
roll; pinto beans; apple sauce; 
milik; ginger bread. 

Friday: Tomato soup; half jam 
and half peanut butter sandwich 
or pimento cheese sandwich; milk; 
apple. 



The U. S. has 8 times as many 
telephones as the United King- 
dom. 




6 years 
old 



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mild. Since 1883. Century Qub has been a 
whiskey made under strict quality control. 
Only choice, sun-ripened grains and pure* 
cultured yeast arc used in producing Century 
dub. After distillation, this whiskey is stored 
in new charred white oak barrels under tem- 
perature and humidity known to be best {or 
proper ageing. 

At 6 years of age, its peak.ol maturity, this 
^tdiiskey is filtered and inspected lo insure 
that rigid ^ality standards have been met. 

Today, as a result o{ improved distilling 
methods, plus years of patient ageing. Cen- 
tury Club surpasses in quality any Century 
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Grl Scout Diatkl Commiltce 
Hears Reports on Year's Activities 



The May meeting of the Mn- 
cess Anne District Committee ot 
Olrl Scouts was held at Camt> 
Lli*horn, Virginia Beach <m M- 
day. May 6. Mrs. Lyman CJarke 
called on the various chairmen 
for reports. 

Mrs. Bagley Walker repwrted 
on Camperships for Camp Ma- 
t<Aa. Princess Anne District la 
sending four girls to cwnp on 
camipershlps due to the generom 
contributions of taie folkwrliw 
ctatos: Prliwesi Aime Jr. Wcmans 
Clirf*. last Ocean View Civic 
League. Cape Henry Womans 
Cli*. She also announced the Net 
Mending get-together at Camp 
Matoka May 16 an annual affair 
for adults to mend the mo«fliulto 
nets. 

Mrs. E. C. Mansfield. Day Camp 
Chaimian. announced that Mrs. 
Jean Snyder. Asst. Day Camp tM- 
rector for Camp Linkhorn, is at- 
tending a two week training ses- 
sion at Camp Rockwood, National 
Girl Scout Camp. Bethesda. Md. 
In preparation for directing pro- 
gram at Camp Linkhorn this sum- 
mer. She also annourwed the re- 
ceipt of $400. for overnight and 
troop camping at Camp Linkhorn 
from the Princess Anne Jr. Wo- 
mans Club. 

Mrs. J. Cameron Brady. Train- 
ing Chairman, reported the Basic 
Leadership Course had laeen com- 
pleted May 3rd at Camp Link- 
horn with an Outdoor Camping 
Session. Seven people received" 
their leadership cards. Also five 
Girl Scout Leaders interested in 
Senior Program attended a Sen- 
ior Workshop at Richmond, Va. 
May 13th. Those who attended 
sere Mrs. Hazel Tucker. Mrs. Ri- 
ta Hahn, Mrs. J. D. Gregory. Mrs. 
Mary Nelson, and Mrs. R. T. 
Oladin, Jr. 

Mrs. George Boush, 2nd Vice 
Chairman r%orted $50.01 collect- 
ed from troops for contribution 
to the Julllette Low World 
Friendship fund. 

A Get Well Card was sent to 
Mrs. Leonard A. Carter, Neigh- 
borhood Chairman Oceana Nel- 
. ghiborhood. It was announced that 
Oceana Neighborhood is having 
a Square Dance Saturday, May 21 
from 5 to 9. 

It was announced that Princess 
Anne District now has S3 troops, 
895 girls, and 210 adults regis- 
terqi^ m Olrl Sooutlns. 

The Committee passed the pre- 
sentation of three 1st Class Bad- 
|es and nine- Curved Bars, to be 
liven at the E. O. V. — Bel Aire 
Neighborhood Rally, The Bayside 
Neighborhood Camperee and the 
Kempsville Neighborhood Rally. 
The following girls are to receive 
the awards: 

1st Class— Jo Ellen Rlappen- 
berg - Troop 207, Katherine Ann 
Drake f Troop 207, Shirley Sny- 
der - Troop 204. 

Curved Bars— Mary VOgel - 
Troop 210, Marjie Key - Troop 
210, Diane Gillis - Troop 210, 
Martha Voegel - Troop 210. Jo 
Anne ttines - Troop 202, Lea Ray 
Fentress - Troop 203, Louise Ann 
Lyon - Troop 203, Bevelyn Bailey 
- Troop 213, Nadine Isaacs - 
Troop 203. 



OPENS STUDIO 




Mra. Mabel E. Dwrh. of hm- 
don Bridge, has reeeirtly ofen- 
ed B piano stodlo for the handi- 
capped at iwr home In "Alton- 
dale." Mrs. l>orrls to a former 
■ehooA teacher In Princess Anne 
Comrty and has resided fai Vir- 
ginia for the past nine years. 
She to formerly of Readlnc. Pa. 



Final Exercises 

(Contfaraed from Page One) 

address of welcome. Judith Ann 
Taylor, daughter of Mrs. P. W. 
Israel, is class salutatorian. and 
will deliver a short farewell ad- 
dress. 

The high school chorus, under 
the direction of J. W. Miller, will 
sing. 

The following students were 
chosen by the faculty to serve as 
marshals at graduation: Cleve 
Qayle, Suzanne Halstead. Priscil- 
la Weedon, Linda Hearne. Connie 
Mustek, Penny Riera dnd Ruth 
Thompson. They will act as ush- 
ers and lead the processional at 
the baccalaureate sermon Sunday 
night. June 5, and also for the 
graduation exercises on the 8th. 

Seats for both occasions will be 
reserved for the parents of the 
seniors and other special guests. 



Cape Henry Ckib 
Hears Mr. Huettc 

"Our forefathers certainly knew 
what they were dirfng when they 
made their first settlement right 
here in ow mi<tet. There is no 
doi^ that it was selected em ac- 
count of its natural beauty. Dog- 
wood thrives abundantly, botan- 
ists find growth in our state parks 
and forests that are found in no 
section of the country and cer- 
tain species of plants which grow 
no further north and others no 
further south. Gardenias grow no 
further north and cetalnly no 
more beautiful than right here." 
These are the words of Pred 
Heutte. Superintendent of Parks. 
Forests and Cemeteries for the 
Tidewater area, when he address 
ed the members <rf the t^pe Hen- 
ry Woman's Club at their final 
meeting of the season held last 
Thursday at the Princess Anne 
Country Club. Further quoted Mr. 
Heutte. "in my opinion, you peo- 
ple could not have selected a more 
appropriate name for the name of 
your club than 'Cape Henry Wo- 
man's Club.', It seems to me that 
Virginia Beach could easily be 
made a year 'round vacation land 
Instead of only six months." 

Mrs. Roy Booker gave the in- 
vocation and the meeting was 
presided over by Mrs. Everett 
Wilson, due to an illness of the 
president, Mrs. W. W. Connell. Jr. 

Mrs. Cecil Rsed gave a short 
talk on plans for the forthcom- 
ing "Lotus Festival." 

One new member, Mrs. W. C. 
Sawyer, was introduced to the 
Club. 

'A display of paintings done by 
the Art Department was on ex- 
hibit. The program was sponsor- 
ed by the Garden Department, 
Mrs. Delmar J. Dee, Chairman, 
who Introduced the speaker. Mr. 
Heuette answered garden ques- 
tions from members following his 
talk. 




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Dr. Sehryn h. Steel, of Vlr- 
ghita Beach aiid Norfolk, 
to in New York City where he 
win be admitted to the Ameri- 
can College of Cardiology Fri- 
day. Dr. Steel resides hi the 
Mayflower Apartments. Be is 
a gradnate of Tale VnivenHy 
and served for a nnmber of 
years as visHing physician to 
the Boston City Hospital. He 
Is a well known heart speclaltat 
and Is a noted speaker on the 
sobject. 



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phones than all of Asia, which 
contains over one-half of the en- 
tire world population. 



Beach Zoning 

(Continued from Page One) 

brought the insurance matter up. 
They proposed that a restudy be 
made of the city's Insurance pro- 
gram with a view toward per- 
mitting all agents lo participate. 

Council directed McClanan and 
Tetvy to survey the city's Insur- 
ance coverage and' report both to 
the council and to the associa- 
tion. 

The association proposed that 
someone in the city government 
be delegated to supervise the in- 
surance program, with the asso- 
ciation assisting in keeping the 
program up to date. 

It suggested that an agent of 
record receive 50 per cent of the 
Gcmimisslons, with the remain- 
ing 50 per cent being split among 
the participating members. 



Beach Netmen 
Edge Cradocit 

A victory in doubles play by 
the team of Emanuel Katsias and 
Ashley Haycox made the differ- 
ence Monday as the Virginia 
Beach tennis team edged Cradock, 
6-3 on the loser's court. 

Virginia Beach, wiStiers In. 
three consecutive matches, sw^t 
three singles matches before Cra- 
dock managed to score. The hosts 
piled up two victories in singles 
pay and won a doubles match to 
offer the serious challenge. 

Emanuel Katsias ( Virginia 
Beach) defeated Carl Hester, 6-0, 

Ashley Haycox (Virginia Beach) 
defeated Joe Tj'ler, J-1, 6-2. 

Cteorge Ouellette (Va. Beach) 
defeated Bob Well, 6-3, 6-0. 

Buddy Praleigh (Cradock) de- 
feated Bill Porterhouse, 8-4. 7-5. 

Miss Myrnie Woodward (Va. 
Beach) defeated Bob Gray. 6-3. 
6-2. 6-1. 

Bernie Kirsh (Cradock) defeat- 
ed Miss Tia Davis, 6-0, 6-3. 

Doubles: 

Katsias and Haycox (Virginia 
Beach) defeated Gray and Hester, 
6-3, 3-6, 6-1. 

Praleigh and Kirsh (Cradock) 
defeated Watts and Everett. 6-2, 
6-3. 



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Norfolk Sabirday 

I An outstanding program por- 
trayini? tlie "Power for Peace" 
strength of America's military 
forces will be staged in Norfolk 
on Armed Forces Day, this Sat- 
urday, May 21. 

A parade through (fewntown 
Norfolk and an cpen house at the 
Norfolk Army Base on Hannpton 
Blvd., have been scheduled by 
units of the Army, Navy, Marine 
Corps, Coast Guard, and Air 
Force. Each service is contribut- 
ing equipment which will be dis- 
played in the parade and at the 
Army Base exhibits. 

Five bands and nearly 900 
marching men' and women will 
move down Granby Street in the 
Armed Forces Day Parade, com- 
mencing at 10 a.m. Norfolk's 
Mayor W. F. Duck.sworth and 
i Rear Admiral J, P. Womhle, Com- 
i mander Service Forces. Atlantic 
iFletL v.ill lead the column. 
I The parade units will form on 
I Olney Road, move south on 
i Granby to Main: west en Main 
! St. to Boush and North on Boush 
' St. to Olney Road. The parade 
I units will pass the reviewing 
stand at Boush and College Place. | 
j Leading civic and military offi- 
cials will view the parade from 
the stand. 

Included along with bands and 
marching units will be heavy eq- 
uipment, trucks, floats and other 
mobile displays provided by the 
various services. The Army will 
have in the parade a platoon of 
12 amphibious trucks, jeeps, a 90 
mm anti-aircraft gun, and a Nike 
guided missile in addition to 
marching units. 

As the parade moves off at 
10 a.m., the Norfolk Army Base 
will open its gates for a day long 
open house. Civilian visitors will 
see a Coast Guard demonstration 
of the Breeches buoy rescue tech- 

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Troops, amphibious vehicles and 
equiiMnent frMB Port Story will 
be featured prominently in Satur- 
day's Armed Forces Day celebra- 
tions in the Tidewater area. 

The Cape Hem-y Army post will 
take part in parades in Norfolk. 
POTtsmouth and at Fort Eustis; 
all* in demonstrations and ex- 
hibfts at Fort Eustis and Hamp- 
ton Roads Sub-Port of Embark- j 
ation. I 

The NorfoBc parade at 10 am. 
will iiMilude two companies of Port , 
Story foot troops and 12 DUKWs. 
Lt. Col. James P. Wolaver, com- 
man4ing officer of the 5th Tran.s- 
portation Battalion, will lead 
the.se units, ,wlth a staff com- | 
posed of MaJ. Herman Nadler and 
1st Lts. Albert K. Mode and Jo- 
seph G. Farrell. 

In addition to a Color Guard 
from the battalion Headquarters 
Company, the participatins units 
will be two D'JKW companies, 
the 344th commanded by 1st Lt. 
I Jack J. Schwartz, and the 606th. 
' commanded by 1st Lt. Nathaniel 
R. Thompson. The DUKWs in the 
parade will be from another com- 
pany, the 458th. with 2nd Lt. 
Hugh H. Little Jr. as officer in | 
charge. ! 

The same DUKWs will later be 
on display at Hampton Roads | 
where a BARC from Port Story's 
554th Heavy Boat Company will i 
be lifted by a 100-ton crane. | 
The Portsmouth parade will j 
have Fort Story represented by a i 
unit of th« 54th Transportation : 
Battalion, the 461st DUKW Com- 
pany, commanded by Capt. Tho- 
mas M. Lawler Jr, His staff mem- 
bers will be 2nd Lts. James P. 
DoUard, Richard Cornick, George 



O. Jackson and IJoyd A. Hender- 

ickson. • . 

At Port Eustis 12 DUKWs from | 
Port mory's 347th EWKW Com- \ 
pany, commanded by 1st Lt, Bar- | 
clay M. Dorset, will take part in 
a parade and later be available 
to the public for rides on the 
James River. Another of the 
554th Heavy Boat Company's gi- 
ant amphibious BARCs also will 
take riders at Fort Eustis during 
the day's open-house festivities. 
A third BARC is bein? sent by 
I the Transportation Research and 
' Development Command from Fort 
: Story to Boiling Air Force Base 
In Washington for display and 
demonstration there. Also On view 
I will be the Superduck, larger and 
more modem version of the 
DUKW of World War n fame. 



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In 1953, the Bell Telephone 
Companies pjiblished about 3,000 
differpnt directories which con- 
tained 40 million subscriber list- 
ings and required some 90,000 
tons of paper to produce 60 mil- 
lion separate copies. 



chapter memtoers as th«t 
ly displayed wh«m the tin^ 
of Salk vaccine was •-"-'- 
to first and second »fr«de _ 
in Princess Anne and Vlrgfti^ 
Beach. The entire progrMS ••• 
timed so well that everylhtag 
went off like clockwork. Mn. 
Clinton Walker and Mrs. B- V. 
Porter, co-chairmen of the o|»W- 
atlon, together with Mrs. J. D. 
Cassada worked night moA ^mS 
in order to get everytWBf li 
readiness for the vaccln«tloo» •* 
be given at a scheduled tttne. .»• 
j so working with them wm Ito. 
I James A Johnson. 1956 Cauiiialtn 
I Director." 

The vaccinations were given i»» 
] der the direction of Dr. WUUMI 
I Y. Garrett, local Health 0«te«r. 

Mrs. Clark also stated that 
1 children left with 8 
i hanpy smile after receiving their 
: lollipop, a gift from Jard's. In- 
j g.am Pharmacy. Powell's Oott- 
I f ectione ry and Heppe Bros. 

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nlque and a display of navigation 
equipment. 

A helicopter and jet fighter 
plane win be displayed at the 
Army base along with Nike guided 
missile and a mobile kitchen. 
Many of the parade exhibits will 
also be brought to the open house 
area. 

In addition to the Army Base 
open house, the Third Anti-Air 
craft Artillery group will open its 
four 90 mm anti-aircraft batteries 
to visitors from 2-4 p.m. Three of 
the batteries are located in the 
Ocean View area and the fourth 
is at Diamond Springs, just off 
highway 13. 



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FLAGRANT HTPOCRIST 

In an effort to gain publicity which they ap- 
parently fetl thesy need desperately by any means 
pouible the Dunn Machine candidates some time 
ago visited the county treasurer's office to talk about 
iN block payment of px)ll taxes. Just one hour before 
Ihcnr visit this group had made a block payment of 
poll taxes totalling some $400. Later on this same 
group made the largest single block payment of poll 
taxes in the history of the county. 

This clearly demonstrates, to us, the type of 
hypocrites the Dunn Machine candidates are and the 
hypercritical type political campaign they are con- 
ducting. To bring this more forcibly to the attention 
of the public on last Saturday they issued a statement 
in which they said only ONE member of their group, 
Roger Malbon, had made any payment of poll taxes. 
We doubt that even this is a true statement and we 
expect a close examination of the record will reveal 
that other members of their ticket have acted as 
agents in the payment of poll taxes other than their 
own. 

If the records do reveal that others of their group 
have made payment of poll taxes how can the public 
have any confidence in these men. An examination 
of these records should be made to determine just 
what the facts are. And, while they have attempted 
to put all the blame on one of their candidates the 
blame for this hypocrisy and these hypercritical meth- 
ods lies with all of the Dunn Machine candidates, 
without exception. 

HEATH'S UNFITNESS 

Last week at the Virginia Beach High School a 
prominent attorney of this area asserted that James 
E. "Butsie" Heath was totally unfit to hold the po- 
sition he seeks, that of commonwealth's attorney. He 
further stated that at his Kempsville meeting Heath 
had revealed just a little bit of his past record and 
that his evil did not cease when he moved to Prin- 
cess Anne County. 

Heath attempted to gain the platform at the 
meeting maybe to reveal some of his past. This 
newspaper has repeatedly called on Heath to discuss 
his qualifications for the officfe he seeks and to reveals 
ALL of his past record, which would include not only 
his arrests and convictions but the NAMES OF THE 
ORGANIZATIONS HE IS NOW OR WAS FORMERLY 
CONNECTED WITH. It seems to this newspaper that 
anyone who is a candidate for such a responsible 
position as commonwealth's attorney should wel- 
come the opportunity to present his qualifications 
for this office and if he is not ashamed of his past 
record which he says he is not, then Heath should 
reveal the record to the public and be sure and tell 
It ALL. 



MALBON - THE GOAT 

Last week C. Roger Malbon, the Dunn Machine 
candidate for Sheriff, took another lambasting from 
his running mates when they issued a statement 
accusing Malbon of all the wrongdoings for their 
group in their latest publicity stunt in the block pay- 
ment of poll taxes. It will be remembered that when 
one of his running mates announced for justice of 
the peace from the Lynnhaven District he gave what 
rnany considered a bitter denounciation of the things 
that Malbon had participated in. It Is rumored that 
the breach among the Dunn Machine candidates con- 
tinues to widen even though they continue to issue 
statements denying it. 

Malbon could probably correct a great part of 
this if he would issue a forthright statement reveal- 
ing his past and in order to refresh his memory the 
SUN-NEWS again asks him the following questions: 

1 . Who made cash contributions to Malbon to 
help defray legal expenses when his now 
associates attempted to have him removed 
from office? 

2. Was he not driving a borrowed automobile 
when he "missed" the road and wrecked 
the car against a tree? And, did, he not have 
someone else sign as the driver of that car 
to take the blame off himself? 

^ 3. Whether he or his close associate, Frank 
Dixon, ever "gave"or sold to "^x)t" Fergu- 
son, one roulette wheel? 

4. Whether or not A. E. "Speed" Fentress 
moved a cottage for him for which he would 
normally charge $1800 and whether or not 
|ie (Malbon) paid Fentress, and if not, why 
rHDt and what did he (Malbon) expect 
"%3eed" Fentress to do for him? 

5. Whether or not "Speed" Fentress moved 
a cottage iw AAalbon and his Deputy Ed 




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From the latest developments 
on the political front it would 
appear that Roger Malbon, the 
Dunn Machine candidate for She- 
riff .is trying to tell a lot of peo- 
ple what to do in the forthcom- 
ing election. . 

His latest effort to Influence 
voters was contained in a letter 
Malbon wrote to someone on the 
Eastern Shore telling that person 
what they might do in the elec- 
tion. It would seem that Malbon 
feels he has more influence over 
there than in Princess Anne 
County. But, then he wouldn't 
need to have very much Influ- 
ence over there to get that feeling. 

• 
Roger Malbon was some sight 
at the jneetlng held by the or- 
ganization last week which he at- 
tended along with his fellow Dunn 
Machine candidates, all unin- 
vited. Malbon was seen to turn! 
eVery color in the rainbow and 
almost squirmed a hole in the 
seat he occupied. The truth ex- 
pounded by the f pealcers got to 
such a point that Malbon made 
a hurried exit right In the mid- 
dle of the meeting. He was in 
such a rush to leave the auditor- 
ium he left his hat in the seat. 



There is serious talk that the 
Dunn Machine candidates are 
trying desperately to get Malbon 
off the ticket and to pick up J. 
Hugh Barnes, the independent 
candidate for sheriff. Heath, Mal- 
bon. Walker and Oliver will pub- 
licly deny that such an effort is 
under-way but those who know 
say that it is a serious develop- 
ment among the Dunn boys. It is 
reported that Barnes has am- 
phatically stated he wants no part 
of the Dunn Machine ticket. So, 
If all of this is true it looks like 
the Dunn Machine will just have 
to go along with Malbon. 



"Butsie" Heath claims not to 
have made any payment cf poll 
taxes other than his own. We 
wonder why? It would seem that 
someone would turn over $1.50 
to him to make such a payment. 

'%|jey have begun to call him 
"doat" Malbon new that the oth- 
er members of the Dunn Machine 
ticket have put Roger out on a 
limb by accusing him of being 
the only member of their group 
who has made block payment cf 
poll taxes. Poor Roger seems to 
be all alone even among his own 
running mates. 



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APPRECIATION 

May 16, 1955 

Editor. 
Sun-News, 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
Dear Sir: 

On bilialf of the Oirl Scouts of 
the Virginia Beach Neighborhood, 
let me express our appreciation 
for the excellent publicity you 
have given us and our Oirl Scout 
activities at every opporunity this 
past year. 

The fact that you give us such 
generc js coverage is a source of 
great satisfaction to all Oirl 
Scouts and adults; we find your 
belief and interest in us most en- 
couraging. 
Gratefully, 

Hazel J. Tucker 
(Mrs. John Tucker) 
Secretary, Virginia Beach 
Girl Scout Neighborhood. 



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If you think you can write a 
story, or a song or a poem, the 
chances ar6 you can. It must be 
in you, or you would not be cla- 
moring for expression. Having it 
accepted by a publisher of stor- 
ies, or a house that brings out 
song3, or selling a poem, is an- 
other matter. 

A publisher once told me that 
ane cf the greatest mistakes in 
the profession was a writer not 
knowing his market, and sending 
his work to seme publication, or 
publishing house for whom it was 
wholly unsuited. Naturally, when 
a writer has put down on paper 
his innermost thoughts and feel- 
ing, he thinks at once of publish- 
ers' names that he sees most fre- 
quently. So off goc.> his work to 
one of them, re:;ardless of whether 
those particular houses go in for 
his "type of stuff." 

So the second thing lor a writer 
to do is to learn his market. Many 
a good piece of work has gone un- 
read, or a lovely song unsung be- 
cause' this has hot bten done. 

An unknown name is, of course, 
another obstacle. 

Carrie Jacobs Bond, whose "The 
End of a Perfect Day" is sung aM 
over the world, coyld not get it 
published. So she had it printed 
and went from door to door sell- 
ing it. 

• The late Dr. Charles Wakrfield 
Cadman wrote some music to an 
Indian legend and called it "The 
Land of the Sky Blue Water." 
Bight publishers turned it down. 
Moat of th«n gave him mild en- 
«mu«c«MBi>tiow«ver. That sons, 
long before Mr. Cadman died over 
a decade ago, sold marc than a 
minion copies, after the eighth 



publisher recognizea us qa.^uiy 
and its po£sibiliiic3. 

I could go on and on with simi- 
lai- recitals. So if you want to 
write something — anything at 
all — write it! And don't allow 
yourself to beccme discouraged! 

QUIPS 

Doesn't it make you mad to 
see somebody with a smaller in- 
come having more fun than you? 

i.- •■■: * 

When the best I could afford 
was a lowei- berth and a small 
rocm in a hotel, everything I 
owned was handy, but new that 
I rtiit a suite, I can't find any- 
thing. 

The .sitme woman wliu, to .save 
five cents for an extra day's rent- 
al, nislie.s llu'ouRh a book with- 
out bothering to know tli<: title, 
will snub out six half-smoked ci- 
garettes while skimming, there- 
by wasting almost as mtch as 
she saves, and enjoying neither 

the smokes nor the bock. 

« « * 

It is disitressing to learn that 
someone we admire does not like 
us, and conversely that someone 

we dislike admires us. 

* ** 

If you ever get tired cf the 
jokes and pantomime of the mas- 
ter of ceremonies on television, 
why not entertain yourself by 
counting the nunrber c' times hz 

shakes hands with his guests? 

** * 

A pt:-fcct scntleman may nrvcr 
get his face .slarvped, but lie miss- 
es a lot of lun. 



Ames and if they paid him, and if not why 
not? 

6. Whether or not the insurance company re- 
fused to pay claim after Malbon broke his 
leg in a bus free-for-all incident last fall and 
what was his condition at the time he broke 
his leg? 



Antis Flailed 

(Continued from Page One) 

struggle cf 1S51 and again this 
year. "They hnve implied It," said 
Etheiidge. "Ma/oon was in the 
1951 campaign and is in this one. 
He should know." 

A surprise speaker was unveiled 
by the crganizaticn in the person 
cf Ernest S. Msrrill. a resident of 
Princess Anne, who practices law 
in Nurfolk. He said he appeared 
becaiLse lie could no longer "sto- 
mach" the campaign tictics of 
the Ticket for Princess Anne. 

In a dramatic appeal to the au- 
dience, he termed the candidates 
for the opposition "character as- 
sassins." 

TvL known Judge Kellam and 
hit: brothers for 35 years." he said. 
"They are kind; they are consid- 
erate men; they are a credit to 
Princess Anne County." The au- 
dience roared its approval. 

Th£n Merrill assailed the op- 
position's Heath as a man who 
should never question the charac- 
ter cf pnother. "If I'm to be re- 
formed." Merrill said. " Iwant to 
be reformed to someone better 
than I am. Heath has net told you 
all" 

Heath arose in the audience. 
"Mr. Merrill, if you will let me | 
.speak . . ■ he bc:ian. Boos and 
howivS oT "sit down" roaird out 
of the cri;wd. 

"He's ccinc here uninvited and 
intenupttd this meeting," Mer- 
rill declared. 

Merrill tcnticd Walker a "be- 
trayer of a friend" for tape i-e- 
cording a telephone conversation 
with Thcmas Little. The record- 
ing was played in the same build- 
ing seme weeks ago before more 
than 500 persons by the Ticket 
for Princess Anne. 

He said the way the recording 
was cblaiiied amounted to "en- 
trapment cf a friend" that surely 
must now bother Walker. The 
taping had been used to show an 
alleged attempt to buy Walker 
out of the campaign. 

MeiTiil compared the act to 
that cf Judas. "He (Jadas.. be- 
tr&ytd with a ki&> and got SO 
pieces of silv;T. Walker kept the 
record for months ai>d then 
sprang it on a friru'l. Juda." re- 
turned the .silver and asked Tor 
'forgivenas.s. In the interest of the 
harm done to friendship, Walker 
should withdraw frcm the cam- 
paign — at least then we would 
not suggest that he do like Judas 
and go hang himself." 



Seed Saten G>raM 
For Snniiwr Pasture 

A Guard against the summer 
slump in perananent pasture 
production by seeding with sudan 
grMs. 

The "slump" can become really 
serious when aggravated by dry 
weather, as it has been the past 
two years. 

Sudan grass,, seeded early to 
give grazing during July and Au- 
gust, is one solution to the prob- 
lem. In years when regular pas- 
tures are adequate to meet graz- 
ing needs, sudan can be out for 
silage or hay. Also, having a field 
cf sudan to graze in midsummer 
may make it possible to save on 
early cut forage, or prevent hav- 
ing to graze alfalfa when you 
need it for winter feed. Sudan is 
one of the crops that can help 
make up the losses now being suf- 
fered in the first cutting cf al- 
falfa as a result of the late freeze, 
diseases and insect attacks. 

Seed early in deep fertile soil. 
A good corn soil is desirable soil 
for sudan. Seed after the soil has 
warmed up, usually about two 
weeks after the average date for 
planting corn in your area. Use a 
good variety. Sweet sudan has 
proved superior in Virginia. Drill 
or broadcast the seed at the rate 
of 20 to 30 pounds per acre. If 
soybeans are used, seed one bu- 
shel of soybeans per acre and re- 
duce the seeding of sudan to 15 
to 20 pounds. ^ 

Fertilize well. A Tast growing 
plant such as sudan needs a good 
source from which it can rapidly 
get plant food. Use from 600 to 
800 pounds per agre of a 10-10- 
10 fertilizer, or equivalent. Pre- 
pare a good seed bed much as you 
would for corn. 

Sweet sudan will usually be 
ready for grazing In six to eight 
weeks. Rotational grazing will give 
best results. Begin grazing when 
the sudan is 18 inches tall and 
graze down to 6 to 10 Inches. Let 
it recover to 18 Inches before 
grazing again. When sudan is 
grazed properly thefe is little or 
no danger of prussic acid poison- 
ing 




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These fvtare pine trees, oiriy 
tbree or four days old, are so 
yooiig and small that the seed 
coats are still on the eotytedons. 
fhty are part of the 20 million 
seedlings now b«tng grown for 

commended hybrids are reason- 
ably resistant. Plant breeders are 
making ra^pid progress in develop- 
ing new hybrids highly resistant 
to smu-t. 

Corn smut is not a seed-borne 
disease; therefore, seed disinfec- 
tion does not help. Colectinig and 
destroying galls will help some, 
but this is practical only in small 
plantings. Crop rotations in which 
corn is not grcwn more olten than 
one year in three wil help reduce 
concentration of the fungus in the 
soil. The smut fungus lives over 
from year to year in old smutty 
com stalks. The smut spores may 
be blown l>y the wind for consid- 
erable distances. Therefore, lo- 
cate the new field as far as prac- 



tke Governor's "Plant More 
Trees" program. The hand hC' 
longs to G. WIKlam King, a 
nurseryman at the New Kent 
forest nursery near Providence 
forge. 

tical from laa<l year's smutty corn 
field. , 

The factors which determine 
the amount of common smut are 
not fully understood. Dry weather 
in late spring and early summer 
seems to favor its spread and de- 
velopment. Corn grown on heav- 
ily manured soils often shows a 
lot of smut. Plants on such soil 
mike a succulent growth, which 
prt'TObly makes it easy for the 
fundus to penetrate. Such soils 
also may provide a good medium 
for over- wintering and germina- 
tion of the smut pores. Hail dam- 
age, injuries from cultivating 
equipment, or detasseling, may 
provide exposed tissues which will 
fafrft/the start of smut infection. 



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CROSSWORD PU2ZLi 



Some Timely Tips 
For Poultry Raisers 

There are some tricks of the 
trade when it ccmes to making 
profits in the poultry business. 

Poultry :pecialists at VPI have 
a few tunely tips on management 
and feeding of the growing stock 
at this lime of year. 

Move pullets to a gaud clean 
ranse when they are old enough 
to do without heat. Keep them 
entirely separate from old birds 
and contaminated ground. Keep 
them tree of lice and mites. Pro- 
vide ehclter to protect the birds 
from the weather, rodents and 
thieves. Plans for simple range 
shelters are available at my ol- 
fict. 

Keep cockerels in the brooder 
house. They will grew to marekt 
size more rapidly on less feed. 




PUZZLE N*. 840 



Resistant Hybrids Best 
Control of Corn Smut 

Planting resistant hybrids of- 
fers the most promising way to 
control corn smat effectively, say 
VPI specitUsts. 

No hybrid is completely im- 
mune to smut, but most of the rc- 



ACROSS 

1 Kind ot wine 
S United 
10 Performs 

14 Sandarac tree 

15 Constellation 

16 Chady part of 
grain 

IT More crippled 

19 Wing 

20 Qu Ida's high 
note 

21 North Syrian 
deity 

23 Old Dutch 
liquid mcas* 
ure 

24 Does 

28 Fall In drops 

30 Supercilious 
persons 

31 Pronoun 
33 Pry 

35 Beverage 

36 Child for father 
38 Animal 

40 Lassoes 

42 Man's name 

43 So. American 
Indians 

44 Pieces of 
fired clay 

43 British baby 
carriage 

46 Bushmen 

47 Volcano in 
Martinique 

48 Rugged crest 
of mountain 
range 

49 Plural ending 
BO short sleep 
St Serf 

B3 Paid notice 
M Mediterranean 
vessel 



S6 Small barra- 
cuda 

87 Soldiers' 

drinking flasks 

BO Before 

61 I am Icontr.) 

83 Number 

64 Fourth calif 

66 Breathe loudly 
asleep 

68 Rhymstcr 

70 Enslish weight 

72 Portray 

73 Biblical weed 

74 Philippine 
dwarf negrt- 
toes 

TS Male offspring 
(pl.l 

DOWN 

1 Wan 

2 Spoken 

3 Male sheep 

4 Foot levers o( 
certain ma- 
chines 

5 Behold! 

6 Anglo-Saxon 
coin 

7 Lubricates 

8 Washing com* 
pounds 

9 Printer's 
measure 

10 Symbol for 
aiabamlne 

11 American 
Indians 

12 High 

13 Nahoor sheep 
(pi.) 

18 More unusual 
23 1004 (Rom. 

num.) 
29 Puts up poker 

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28 Negative votes 
27 Coached Okla- 
homa A.&M. to 
NCCA basket- 
ball titles: 
194ii-48 

29 Danger 
.■il Animal 

32 Heating ves- 
sels 

34 Part in play 
(pl.) 

36 So. American 
river 

.t7 Pointed gun at 

39 Color 

41 Pares 

42 Before 

44 Indian tent 

45 Stimtilatcs 
47 Top of herd 
(48 States posi- 

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lively 
50 Seine 
S2 Mimic 

54 Scoff 

55 Growing out 

57 An EgypUan 

58 Ox of the 
Celebris 

59 Narrow open- 
ing 

61 Persia^ 

62 Makes noise 
like cat 

6.'> Feminine naoM 
67 Gold in So. 

American 

countries 

69 Symbol for 
tellurium 

70 Continent 
(abbr.) 

71 Plural endlBt 



Forty years ago I was less in- 
terested in making Uie grade my- 
self than I was in getting my 
automobile to make the grade. 




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SICTION ONE 



VIRGINIA BEACH SUN - NEWS, THURSDAY, MAY 1^ 1955 



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'nterest To Homemakm 



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Br MBS. tUEAmtn ». BCAI. 



'imemjBBacm nebdpor 
mouk cahobtul PLAmrma 

New house building, and mo- 
demimtion oX old houses, contin- 
ues at a hiSh level in both rural 
and urt>an areas — but ownsrs 
still do not plan as carefully as 
they should, says Miss Mary B. 
Settle, housing sipecialist at VPI. 



, quired l»y new owneri. Tliese u»- 
aally need extenrive nnovwtkm 
to bring then up to dtate. 

These trends in house building 
ajid remodeling have been accom- 
panied by some improvement in 
thv plans nMde tor doing the 
wor*. But even In tte new house 
off today, the ititchen. where tl» 
hamemaker spends ao much time. 



Alttcwt three-lourths of all continues to be the moat poorly 



homeowners made sMfie expendi- 
tures in 1»54 f 5r material or labor 
to repair, improve, or erilarge 
their houses, according to a re- 
cent report from the U. S. Census 
Bureau. Farm families spent less 
than non-farm families, aa they 
apparently used more family la- 
bor.' 

The census report shows fur- 
ther. Miss Settle says, that heavi- 
est expenditures arc being made 
on two groups of houses. The first 
group consist al relatively new 
houses which do not meet the 
owner's present need for space. 
Among these are many small two- 
iwdroom houses, built or bought 
by young families In the hectic 
years of 1945-48. The families 
have grown since thtn, and now 
try to get more bedroom and liv- 
ing space by adding a room or 
two to th3 original house. Unfor- 
tunately the design ol ai^ny of 
these small houses, or their site 
limitations, do nat permit satis- 
factory enlargement. 

Ttie .second grouT> of houses on 
which heavy exi>enditures are be- 
ing made are those over 26 years 
old which have recently been ac- 



planned room in the house. This 
is tr^e in iplte Ot iwwrislons for 
modem appltances. Miss Settle 
says most house pteinners need to 
provide for such Chlngs as step- 
savii« kitchens and utility areas, 
adecrutte storage in the right pla- 
ces, and either three bedrooms or 
provisions lor adding satisfactor- 
ily the third or even the J9^^^ 
bedroom. 

rarmhtouses. especially, need all 
of these, plus water systems and 
better heating. 

Miss Settle says each individual 
family should get the best infor- 
mation available for developing 
or selecting good house plans. 
House building or remodeling with 
most families is a long-time goal. 

Farm families with whom the 
VPI Agricultural Extension Ser- 
vice will be working on long-time 
plans for farm and home devel- 
opment will find it to their ad- 
vantage to use this help in rela- 
tion to housing improvement. 
The farm family's dwelling is a 
particularly important unit on the 
farm, as it is both a residence and 
business headquarters. 



►♦♦♦. 

USMOtfB ADD 
FOC»> SFABiKIJ! 

Lemons can transform often- 
neglected but necessary vegetables 
into taller foods. 

VPT nutrrtlon specialists say a 
dish of lemon quarters served wit* 
vegetables will add zest. 

Lemon butter, made with two 
parts melted butter and one part 
lemon Juice, is good with aspara- 
gva, artichokes. caM>age. cauli- 
flower, broccoli and brussels 
sprouts. 

A few drops of lemcm Miice on 
melon bring out a hidden flavor. 
Lemon Juice also is good in prune, 
pineapiple, tomato and other fruit 
juices. 

For breakfast, try sprinkling 
buttered waiffles or hot cakes with 
sugar and a lllwral 9<|ueeze of le- 
mon Juice. 



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Dam Neck Line 
A^ets Test Today 

FADTC Gunnerys riding on the 
Crest of a 4 game winning sea- 
son meet the Portsmouth Naval 
Hospital line today to decide the 
leadership of the Hampton Roads 
baseball league. In four outings 
"Reb" Martin and Bill Hartman 
have held all opposition to 13 hits 
and a total of 8 runs. 
HASirrON ROADS LEAGUE 
Team Won Lost 

Damneck 4 

Navy Hospital 4 

Fleet Marines 1 2 

Air Fleet Marines 1 3 

Retraining Command 1 3 

NOB Marines 3 

New Strawberry 
Packaging is 
Recommended 



The Army Transportation Corps' 
giant amphibious carrier, the 
Bare, will get Its first perform- 
ance tests in far northern waters 
this summer whe nit takes part in 
the 1955 SUNEC (Support Unit 
North East Cammand* operation. 
.At Fort Story, home of the fcur 
experimental amphibians already 
built, plans call for them to be 
moved to Goos? Bay, labrador, 
and Prcbisher Bay on Baffin Is- 
land after June. 

The 554th Transportation Com- 
pany (heavy boat*, the Bare unit 
of the 54th T Battalion at Fort 
Story, is ona cf three companies 
from the Cape Henry amphtoious 
training center that will partici- 
pate in SUNEC. Others are the 
8C5th Du'KW Ccmpany. also of the 
54th, and the 565th Terminal Ser- 
vice Company of the 5th T Bat- 
talion. 

In preparation for the SUNEC 
mov3, Capt. George G. Hendrlck- 
Scn. officer in charge of Trans- 
portation Research and Develop- 
ment Command's Bare Test Team 
at Fort Story, will shortly assume 
command cf the 554th. In Febru- 
ary. 1954. Captain Hendrickson 
supervised the only previous use 
of the 98-fon carrier overseas 
when Bare 3-X took part in the 
ODEX' maneuvers on the coast of 
France. 

The Bares are scheduled to re- 
turn from SUNEC by the end of 
September. Other units will be 
back at Fort Story by mld-Oc- 
tcber. 

The big amphibians, which 
measure 61 feet in length and roll 
on tires almost 10 feet high, will 
be shipped north out of Hampton 
Roads Sub-Port of Embarkation 
in Norfolk. 



A. B. James^ 77, 
Dies at Home 

Appolos Boutwell James. 77 of 
412 - 32nd Street, Va. Beach died 
at his home at 10:4S A. M. Thurs- 
(tay, May 12th after a Iqm iU- 
ness. 

Mr. James was a native of Car- 
oline County, Va. and tod been 
a resident of Va. Beach for 47 
years. He was a member of the 
Va. Beach Lodge AP & AM No. \ 
2T4 and was on the Electoral | 
Board cf Princess Ann? County j 
for 23 years. J : 

Surviving ar^ his wife. Mrs, Flo- ' 
rence Whitthurst James, i sons, j 
Richard Madison James, and John ' 
William Jam?s, all of Virginia ; 
Beach, and Arthur Boutwell , 
James, of Oceana: 1 brother,'; 
Madison DuVal James o! China i 
Grove. N. C. and 3 granddaugh- j 
ters. Miss Dorothy Annette James. | 
Miss Margaret Elizabeth James, I 
and Miss Billie Victoria Jame^. | 
all of Princess Anne County. j 
Funeral .services for Mr. James 
were conducted at the Maestas I 
Funeral Home at 3:00 p. m. Sat- 
urday. May 14th by the Rev. Wal- 
ter J. Meade, retired Baptist 
minister. Active pallbearers were 
Kenned Jard, W. P. Kellam. Pe- 
ter de Witt, John aaudy, C. W. 
Griggs, and Reeves Johnson. Hon- 
orary pallbearers were Frank L. 
Oresham, T. E. Gresham, L. W. 
Whitehurst. Dr. Robert W. Wood- 
house, Herman Whitehurst, Sid- 
ney Kellam, Herbert Holt, Hen- 
ley Moore, W. H. Belanga, Harry 
Peck, Judge Eugene V. Gresham, 
and J. F. Miller. Burial was in 
Eastern Shore Chapel Cemetery. 



Iff Mii iNpHiit it PmMt 



Norfolk's tumor clink service, 
started in 1938 Iby a small group 
of i^yMeians, last year registered 
30 times the number of new p«- I 
tients that were surveyed in the 
first year of operation ! 

For 18 years, a clinic was op- 
erated in the downtown Norfolk ; 
area, then last Septem«ber ser- i 
vice was revised with closure of 
the old clinic, and establishment 
of two clinics, ens at Norfollc 
denera! Ho^ital, for which Dr. 
R. L. Payne, Jr.. is director, and 
one at DePaul Hoi^tal. fW which 
Dr. William E. Byrd is ^director. 

The original tumor clinic for 
the Norfolk area was started in 
1938 by a small group of physi- 
cians, under the leadership of Dr. 
Lomax Owathmey and the late 
Dr. Julian L. Rawls. They appre- 
I ciate the growing cancer prc4>lem 
I and saw the ne^d for doctors in- 
j terested in the disease to be able 
I to see patients as a group and to 
I advise arul treat them. 
I In the first year the doctors 
saw 150 patients in a total of 360 
I visits. In the year ending last 



June, 3 307 new patients were re- 
gistered and a total of 11,181 vi- 
sits were rj^u. 
The Jonior Wwnan's Cli*» of 

Norfolk raised the money which 
fir^ put the clinic in operation. 
The division of the clinic and 
transfer to the two hospitals ne- 
cessitated no change in the clinic 
operations and was regarded as 
advantageous in putting the cli- 
nics in direct aiSDCiation with the 
! hospitals. 

Though the bulk of the patients 
surveyed in the clinics are from 
Norfollc, many are registered 
from surrounding towns and coun- 
ties in Virginia, from the Eastern 
I Shore and from eastern North 
! Carolina. 

The Noi folic clinics are two cf 
' 20 serving cancer patients thru- 
out Virginia. These ara an inte- 
gral part cf the organization of 
the Amsrcan Cancer Society'.^ 
Virginia Division, which is new 
finishing up its. annual campaign 
for funds. 

The cbje:tives cf the Norrollt 
: clinics are to sts that every pa- 



tient with a BMlIgiMWsy 
advantage cf mo<l 
maintain a cn^-lml** 
malignant tumors in the 
ter area: to teatft 
anti therapy cf cancer !• 
and re.-idents; and to 
system of securkag rtd 
who are finanelallf 
tsin the nwessary 
treatment. 




Farme rs are finding that a ptf-f 
minent and rwisorraWy fRl^if 

prDcrin'< Tar farm buildings fl^j 
.'tora^e bns can be made at ^m 
tj.sf-,.. cement board. It Is iCmHH 
cbta.npHe and can be eMttf *i% 



stalkd. 




Nosorgery 
to redoce sw 
ofpaiiifililliiltfl 

In doctor's tests, «*«alnr *" 
Staink-s Pazo Ina^Mitj f l* ^ 
piles' torture! Gave tiMnm^ 
external relief — wit hout, 
6 medlcany-proved tJV«d . 
Here pata.itcwng tnatanOff 
swelling. Promote hesHng. TMj 
wallc in comfort! Only stat 
remedy. Stainless P»»# 
torles or Ointment «t ( 



The Association of Virginia Po- 
tato and Vegetable Growers has 
gone on record as favoring the 
packing cf part of this year's 
Virginia strawberry crop in new 
type containers. 

W. P. McCaleb. Jr.. executive 
vice-president of the association, 
has completed a survey of the 
types of containers most desired 
by the fresh market retail trade. 
Based in the results of this in- 
vestigation, the association is ad- 
vocating the use of the 24 pint 
crate for packing the new quality 
varieties such as the Pocahontas, 
the Massey and the Albrltton, 
which are becoming established 
in Virginia. Mr. McCaled pointed 
out that top quality berries such 
as these varieties with good color 
and large size will yield the farm- 
er substantially more return if 
they are in the new 24 pint crate. 

For the best grades of the 
Blakemore strawberry, it Is :relt 
tnat the 18 quart crate will be 
a more profitable pack. This pack 
might also be profitably used to- 
wards the end cf the season with 
the Pocahontas and other new 
larger varieties. The medium and 
lower grades of Blakemores, most 
of which go to processors, will 
give a better return to the farmer 
when packed in the conventional 
24 quart crate. 

McCakb stated: "To realise the 
greatest return on his strawber- 
ries, a farmer must be in a posi- 
tion to pack his berries in the 
container which best «uits their 



quality. Retailers want top qual- 
ity berries in pints and they will 
pay well for tnis pack. Such ber- 
ries should be care-'ully picked at 
proper maturity and will com- 
mand substantial premiums in a 
normal market. 

"As the season progresses and 
quality begins to decline, a farm- ' 
er should switch back first to the I 
16 quart crate for the Pocahontas i 
and back to the 24 quart crate for 
Blakemores. • ] 

'Tt is doubtful if anything but 
the very finest Blakemores at the | 
early part cf the season can be ; 
profitably be put in pints. We be- | 
lieve that tcp quality Blakemores ' 
can be packed profitably in the i 
16 quart crate." ' 

M;Calf b went en to assert that j 
"it is the housewife who ultl- i 
mately determines what Virginia 
1 farmers get for their straw jsrries. 
She will pay a fancy price for a 
fancy product and it is up to us. 
if we are to recaive the bsst re- 
turns for our eflorts. to seo that 
ihv gets this. It is impossi'ole to 
over-emphasize the importance 
cf appearance, careful picking 
and packirg in ths salability of a 
highly perishable commodity such 
as strawberries. 

"The Pocahontas and other 
new varieties offer Virginia a 
great cpportunity to bL,4in meet- 
ing the demands of the quality 
market. Eased on th'j experience 
cf other strawberry grcwin;; areas, 
a quality product will pay off to 
the farmer." 



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Cavalier Juniors 
Will Install 
(^icers on 21st 

The C^mller Junior Wt^Mui's 
Ckb will hold an imtalhition ifin- 
Iwr-dMiee meeting at Pine Tree 
hm on Saturday, May ai, at 7 
m. m. The meeting wlH be under 
pite directhm of Mrs. L. C. Bren* 

e social chairman, with the 
raiB being directed by Mrs. 
C. W*l^. 
I Mrs. B. W. Baker, Junior Vice 
mrident of the TMtowater ZMs- 
tnet of Womai's Chibs. and for- 
iaer i»-esident of the Portsmoiith 
Pniyor Woman's Chib, will serve 
M tetaUing officer. 

Mnr officers to be inrtalled are: 
lft«. E. J*. Oerh^. Jr., jn^ident; 
Mn. E. O. Middleton, Jr.. first 
Tiee president; Mrs. W. C Shei>- 
/Iterd, second vice president; Mrs. 
iutt C. Wells, recording secretary; 
Mrs. W. A. Rapip. cm-responding 
Mcrelary. and Mrs. B. R. Middle- 
ton, b«asurer. 

Mrs. Oerloff will introduce her 
Hew bawd of governors at this 
meeting and Stanley Walker will 
to tiie guest speaker. 

fVbit Invocation win be l/y Mrs. 
Hvy Ann Bush. 



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Campaign to Save 
Historic Home 
Nears Success 



Success in the campaign to 
raise $115,000 to preserve the old 
ildam Thoroughgood House In 
'Princess Anne County seems as- 
Mred, according to a report re- 
leased this we^ by a special 
''toinanlttee which has been work- 
ing on the project. 
' Henry Clay Hofhiemer n, Nor- 
folk civic and industrial leader, 
^bo has spearheaded the cam- 
ttliten, has been elected president 
Of the corporation being formed 
,tp administer the properties. 
' Other officov of the coipora- 
&ni are John L. Roper H, vice- 
president; Fletcher Oarlock, sec- 
retary; and Edward J. Brickhouse, 
jtreasurer. 

Sf The move to purchase and pre- 
serve the house, which is believed 
to be the oldest house standing 
in Virginia, was begun several 
months ago. Plans are to make 
the house an historic shrine for 
porterlty. 



"The Lord's Last Supper," a 
reinariciM>Ie lifc-siae reproduction 
in wax, is being sponscn^ by the 
Virginia Beach Vohinteer Pire 
Department here today through 
Sunday. The three-dimensional 
exhiUt is a faithful study <a Leo- 
nardo de Vinci's famous painting. 
It win be open to the public at 
18th Street and Atlantic Avenue. 

There to no admission charge, 
but a free-will offering will be ac- 
cepted after the exhlMt has been 
viewed. Tlunds realized from the 
reproduction will be used to fur- 
ther the work of the Virginia 
Beach Pire Department. 

H. B. Maxey, originator and 
(fesigner of the display, estimates 
that more than 10,000,000 petyple 
have seen the $50,000 extiibit 
since it was first created in 1040. 

"The Lord's La«t Supper" fol- 
lows de Vinci's masterpiece faith- 
fully. Detailed study was made of 
the paintii«, often with a magnl 
fylng glass, enabling the artists 
to copy faithfuny the hair styles, 
facial scars, coloring, and even 
such trivial items as the finger- 
nails. 

The life - size figures were 
sculptured by Maxey and his fos- 
ter son, George fidmond Reed of 
Atlantic City, N. J. After the fi- 
gures were produced in clay they 
were placed in a three-section 
plaster of paris mold. Into this 
mold was poured hot melted wax, 
and when the wax was hardened 
to a depth of five-eights of an 
inch it was removed from the 
mold. Tedious detail work was 
then begun. The wax was tinted 
flesh color, glass eyes were in- 
serted and human hair implanted 
into the images, one strand at a 
time. A small broken needle was 
used In putting the hair in place. 

iPourteen months of exacting 
work went into the preparation 
of the exhibit. The twelve figures 
are seated around Christ at a 16- 
foot banquet table. The Master 



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and Ris apostles, including Judas 
the betrayer, are dressed in the 
colors and fashions of the times. 
The table is set with authentic 
copies of items used as models 
by de Vinei in his painting. 

The exhibit is housed in a 
special built trailer with an in- 
terior walkway along one length. 
The display is behind glass and 
the entire room is air-conditioned 
to maintain a temperature of 70 
degrees. 

"The Lord's Last Supper" is be- 
ing shown throughout the United 
States and 33 foreign countries. 
The exhibit is not affiliated with 
any religious sect. Zt is a serious 
study of religious art and has 
proven an in^irati<»i to the mil- 
lions who have seen it. 

The Rev. B. D. Castor, pastor 
of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran 
Church, Concord, N. C, says. *T 
would like to commend ft highly 



as a minister ... it goes atraight 
to tile heart with an impresncm 
that, in many cases, will lost for 
a lifetime." 

Othera have called the exhibit 
"a spiritual uirfift." an "inapr- 
ing work of art." "a new min- 
ing of religion.' and "an inspira- 
tion to everyone, regardless of his 
religion." 

The directors of the exhibition 
especially urge that the schools, 
churches and Sunday School 
classes attend this showing, es- 
peciaHy ministers and teachers. 

This exhibit was a feature at- 
traction on the famous Steel Pier 
at Atlantic City, for four years. 
The same wax artist has a per- 
manent display. "March of Time." 
on display at the pier. 

The exhibit is directed by Ro- 
bert W. Ward and Robert Ward, 
Jr., of Stuart, Pla. 



Cavalier Garden Club Plans for 
Series of Clinics and Workshops 



The Cavalier Oarden Club has 
atmounced plans for garden clin- 
ics and flower workshops to be 
conducted periodically during the 
current club year. The first of a 
series of garden clinics will take 
place Friday of this week in Mrs. 
Oilmore Tiltooolk's garden. Dur- 
ing this program many yards will 
be visited with the idea of solv 
Ing gardening problems, giving 
ideas, sharing surplus plants, and 
treating plants and shruibs. A 
committee will visit any mem- 
ber's garden by request to aid 
with any problems which may 
arise. 

The first flower workshop will 
be held Monday at the home of 
Mrs. P. O. Barham. Members will 
bring their own containers and 
plant materials and will receive 
instruction on flower arranging. 

Mrs. Tillbrook Installed the fol- 
lowing officers for the coming 
year: Mrs. Barham, President; 
Mrs. Rudolph Watson, Jr., Vice- 
President; Mrs. H. B. Kellam, Sec- 
retary; Mrs. Kermit Rc^inson, 
Corresponding Secretary; and 
Mrs. E. A. Hoffmelster, Treasurer. 

Mrs. Walton a. Saunders, re- 
tiring President, was paid tribute 
by Mrs. J. E. Addenbrook and 
presented a silver flower bowl 
from the club members. 



Annual awards presented were: 
Advanced Class,. Mrs. Hoffmels- 
ter; Intermediate Class, Mrs. C. 
O. Baughman; Novice Class, Mrs. 
Mason Johnson; Oold Seal Merit 
Award. Mrs. Marguerite Roberts; 
Club Trophy, Mrs. C. M. Rau; 
Alice Brewer White's Green 
Thumb Trophy, Mrs. Rau; Rose 
Show Award from the Princess 
Anne Oarden Club, Mrs. Barham; 
Tidewater Rose Society of Norfolk 
Trophy, Mrs. Saunders. At the 
beginning of the year Mrs. Saun- 
ders disqualified herself from 
clxjib competition; however, the 
annual report shows she has 21 
points from club exhibits, 38 
jwints from flower shows, 2 tri- 
color awards and 3 silver awards. 

Mrs. Barham announced the 
following committee chairmen for 
the year: Arrangements. Mrs. 
Hoffmeiater: Beautification. Mrs 
Tillbrook; Decorating, Mrs. Lelf 
Andersen; Horticulture, Mrs. P. 
E. Burleson; hostesses, Mrs. Em- 
met Caldwell; Program, Mrs. Til- 
brook; Publicity, Mrs. J. D. Huib- 
bard; Special Events, Mrs. Starr 
Cromwell; Specimen, Mrs. J. O. 
Trafton, Jr.; Telephone, Mrs, W. 
O. Thompson, Jr.; Transporta- 
tion, Mrs. Eldridge Whltehurst: 
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"Pftther of the Bride." the fun- 
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Virginia Beach High School fen- 
a two night run May 23-24. Final 
play of tl)e Uttle Treatre's 19S4- 
55 season, "Father of the Bride" 
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ager for "Father of the Bride." 



- Other ^members of the produc- 
tion staff are Allen Tyler, stage 
manag^, assisted by Jill Tratt- 
ner and Jean Arnold; Chame 
Orandy and Elizabeth May. scen- 
ic artists; Ann Pennington, as- 
sisted by Mary Lou Edwards and 
Doris Arthur, stage settings; Miles 
Chappell, Carpenter; Janet Law- 
rence, praps; Kitty Manby, cos- 
tumes; Betty Munford arid Ann 
McNamara. make-up; Don Peter- 
son, lights, and Henry Arnold, 
sound. 

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Jard's or at the Vii^inia Beach 
High School, or may be reserved 
liy telephoning 2488-W. 



Sam Foote Heads 
Rescue Squad 

At the recent business meeting 
of the Virginia Beach-Princess 
Anne County Rescue Squad. Sam 
Poote was elected captain for the 
coming year. 

Other officers elected were: 

William McDonald. 1st lieuten- 
ant; Drewery Beasley. 2nd lieu- 
tenant; Arthur Stallings. ser- 
geant; Ned Laiwhome, secretary; 
William Phillips, treasurer; Mar- 
vin Hines. public relations, and 
Arthur Murray, chaplain. 

Senior officers were: E. B. 
Bayne, president; Hall Snellings. 
vice president; J. P. Holland, Jr.. 
C. Leonard Fisher and Reuben 
Trant. trustees; Dr. J. A. White. 
Dr. Robert Webb and Mrs. Wil- 
liam Dewalt, medical advisors; P. 
O. Miller, legal advisor. 

Installation of officers will be 
held at the annual banquet on 
May 23 at the American Legion 
Club. 



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A Copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. Pg f rttlBH B. Clerii. 

By: Oerald P. vmUams, SM7. 
Kellam and Keltem, 
James M. Pickrell, p. q. 
Board of Trade BoUdbiK 
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Commonwealth of Virginia. 
In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cnlt Court of the Coanty of 
Princess Anne on the 2nd day 
of May. 1955. 
JAMES PERCY MENIER. 

against Plaintiff, 

ESTER INPUSINI MENIER, 

Defendant. 
Order of Publication 
The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce from the bonds of 
matrimony from the said defend- 
ant, upon the grounds of deser- 
tion. And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the de- 
fendant is not a resident of the 
State of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 16 Park 
Avenue. Apt. No. 11, New York, 
New York, it is ordered that she 
do appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication hereof, 
and do what may be neces^ry to 
protect her interest In this suit. 



vmcoNiA. IN "nB cmcvrr 
Gocirr or phmcess iUfift 
cocNTT: «f "HB Miyrrwt or 

THR ESTA'R 'Of JOSEPH JU 
JAKMAN, JB., DBCEHmSD. KX 
PAKTE — May Ittk 19SS 

It appe»rii« to the Circuit 
Court of PrincMs Anne County, 
Virginia, that a rep(»1; of the ac- 
count of Prank N. WatJcins, Ad- 
ministrate-, C. T. A. of Joseph L. 
Jarman, Jr. deceased, and ci the 
debts and demands l«ainst the 
said decedent has been filed in 
the Circuit Court of Princess 
Anne County, mrglnia, and that 
mm-e than six months has elapsed 
since the qualification of the saki 
admlnistratm': 

NOW. THERE POiaB, on motion 
of Prank N. WatUns, Administra- 
tor of the aforesaid estate, it is 
onlered that the creditors of the 
said Joseph L. \hirman, Jr.. if any 
there be. do. on the 24th day of 
J^ne. 1955 before the Circuit 
Court of said County, show cause, 
if any they can. against the pay- 
ment and delivery of the money 
and other assets of the Estate of 
the said Joseph L. Jarman, Jr., 
deceased, to EIizirt>eth Jarman 
Hardy, sole legatee without re- 
quiring refunding bond of her. 

It is further ordered that a 
copy of this order be published 
once a week for four successive 
weeks in the Virginia Beach Sun 
News, a newspaper published in 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
A Copy-teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: E. H. Atwood. D.,C. 
R. O. Barr, Jr., Attorney for 

Fiduciartes 
210-25th Street, 
Virginia Beach, Va. ", S-19-4t 



WBiUAM BTAMUnr BATBS. 

Defe(ten*. 
Ortta ttTwMetMm 

The obleet <a this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
BOonli tram the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of cruelty and 
desertion. And an affidavit having 
been made and fUsd thAt the de- 
fendant is not a resident of the 
State of Virgtaua. the last known 
post (tffice address being: 1401 
Centnd Avmue, Lafcewood, New 
Jersey, it is ordered tlMt he do 
appear here within ten (10) days 
after due puMicatkm hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to im>- 
tect his interest in this suit. 

A C<OTr— Te ste: 
JOHN V. FERTRISS, Clerk. 
By: Oerald F.| wmiams, DC 
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Princess Anne, on the 3rd day 
of May. 1955. 

MILDRED DAVISON HAYES, 
against Plaintiff. 



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Gordon E. Campibell. p. q. 
1021 Bank of Commerce Bide- 
Norfolk, Virginia. 5-12-4t 

Oniee H tke €«auateioBer of Ae- 
eomts. Cireait Ceart, CMiiity 
•f rrtacew Aaae. VircMat May 
5. JM5. 
TO THE CREDITORS OP 
AMY E. MCXXtE. Deceased: 

Notice Is hereby given, pursuant 
to Section 64-181, Code of Vir- 
ginia, that the iindersigned Com- 
missioner of Accounts having for 
settlement the accounts of The 
National Bank of Commerce of 
Norfolk, Paul D. Moore and Rus- 
BiU E. PBlot, Executors of the es- 
tate of ito>y E. Moore, decesed, 
ai»l having been requested by the 
said fiduciaries so to do, has ap- 
pointed the 31st day of May, 
1956, at tea o'clock, a. m.. at 
Room 316 Monticello Arcade 
Building, Norfolk, Virginia, as the 
time and plaee for receiving proof 
of detnts or demands against the 
said decedent or her estate. 
laiNfiST S. MERRILL 
Commissioner of Accounts 
5-12-2 



Virginia: 
In tlie Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
coit Comt of Uie County of 
Princess Anne, on the 2nd day 

of May, 1955. 
W. P. WHITEHURST, Plaintiff, 

versus 
S. A. STONE and PHYLLIS D. 
STONE, Husband and Wife, 
^address unknown. 

Defendants. 
Order of Pablication 
For Attachment 
The object of the aibave entitled 
suit, pending in the above entitled 
Court, is to attach certain real 
property of the defendants* in 
Princess Anne County, Virginia, 
said prop'Trty being described :n 
the petition filed m said suit, and 
to subject the same to the pay- 
ment of the indebtedness of said 
S. A. Stone and Phyllis D. Stone 
to the plaintiff in the su.'n of 
Five Thousand Four Hundred 
Dollars ($5,400.00) with interest 
thereon and plus attorney's fees, 
Which said indebtedness is more 
particularly described in said pe- 
tition. 

Affidavit having been duly fil- 
ed that the defendants are non- 
residents of this state and their 



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last address is unknown, and it 
appearing that service upon said 
defendants cannot he had in this 
state, it is ordered that thsy do 
appear, within ten days after due 
publication of this order, and do 
what is necessary to protect their 
interests. 

And it is ordered that this or- 
der be published once a week for 
four successive weeks in the Vir- 
ginia Beach Sun-News, a newspa- 
per published in Princess Anne 
County, Virginia. 

A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 
By: E. A. Atwood, DC. 
James A. Murphy, p. q. 5-5-4t 

Conunonwealt.!i of Vir^liria: 
In the Clerk's Office lOf the Cir- 
cuit Court of the Coanty of 
Princena Anne, on the 27th day 
of April, 1955. 
ILA MOSLEY, Plaintiff, 

Against 
JAMES RUSSEL MOSLEY, 

Defendant. 
Order of Pablication 
The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of confinement 
in a penitentiary for a felony. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is not a resident of the State 
rf Virginia, the last known post 
office address being o. 25490-C4D 
Penitentiary Reidsvllle, Georgia, 
it is ordered that he do appear 
here within ten <10) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
wl^at mjiy be necessary to protect 
his interest in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 
By: Gerald F. Williams, D.C. 
Richard G. Brydges, p. q. 
Attorney at Law 
Virginia Beach, Va. 6-7-4 



SALE OF VALUABLE VIRGINIA 
BEACH REAL ESTATE. 

396-308 Seventeenth Street 

In accordance with a decree en- 
tered by tl:e Circuit Court of 
Princess Anno Ccunty on May 12, 
1055, in the suit of National Bank 
of Commerce of Norfolk, Executor 
of f:ie wUl of Sidney O. Fail, de- 
ceased, ct al. v. Carrie T. Fail, et 
al., we will, on the 21st day of 
May,-' 1955, at 12 o'clock, noon, 
K.S.T., oirer for sale at public 
auction, but subject to the con- 
firmation of the Court, that cer- 
tain parcel of land on Seven- 
teenth Street, in the -City of Vir- 
ginia Eeach, Virginia, known as 
Lot No. 8. in Blcck 23, on Plat 
No. 2 of Part of the Property of 
the Virginia Beach Development 
Company, with the buildings and 
improvements therecn, said build- 
ings being kncwn as 306-308 Sev- 
enteenth Street. 

The sale will be conducted on 
the premises and the terms of sale 
are as follows: The successful bid- 
der will be required to deposit 
with the undiErs'gned $500.00 
when the auction is com'pleted; 
said amount to be credited on the 
purchase price if the sale Is con- 
firmed, and to be re', arned to the 
bidder il n)t confirmed. At the 
time of settlement the purchaser 
may, at his option, pay the en- 
"tire Jiurch'asc' price In cash, or 
may pay in cash at least one- 
third of the total purchase price 
and may- make prcmiasoi'y notes 
for the balance, payable in equal 
annual installment's over a period 
of three years, said notes to bear 
interest at the rate of five per 
cent, per annum, payable .semi- 
annuaiii', and to be stvured by a 
deed of trust constituting a first 
lien on tlie property, to be pre- 
pared, exccut3d and recorded at 
the e.^r.irnse cf the purchaser. 
Taxes, iiHurance and rents 5hall 
be pro rated as of the date of 
settlement and settlement shall 
b3 mad: v.ithin fifteen days after 
the sale is confirmed. 

s THOMAS H. WILLCOX 
RICHARD B: KELLAM 
WH-LIAM L. SHAPERO. 
Spscial Commissioners. 

I certify that the bond required 
of the Special Commissioners in 
the decree f.bovc mentlont;d has 
been given. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

Circuit Ccurt cf Princess Anne- 

Ccunty, Virginia. 5-19-1 



• LI6AI NOTICES 



Co MWonw e a lth of Viritohi. 
In the Clerii's Office of tlw Ckr- 
eait Court of the County of Twtm- 
eeas Anne, mi the Mh dtv •! 
M»y. .195S. 

ULDiNE mhjler ocHmKoaa 

Plaintiff, 
against 
HENRY WILLIAM OCHEN- 
KOSKI, 

Defendant. 
Order of PoMkatiim 
The obj^t of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds of 
Desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defeiul- 
aint is not a resident of the State j 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 1 Willowdale 
Avenue, Port Washington, Long 
Island, New York it iS ordered 
that he do a^ear here within 
ten (10) days after due publica- 
tion hereof, and do what may be 
neicessary to protect his interest 
in this suit. 

A C(wy— Teste: 
John V. Fentress. Clerk 
By: Gerald F. Williams, D.C. 
Richard G. Brydges, p. q. 
Attorney at Law 
206 - 19>th Street 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

5-12-4t 



• HRr WAifrR> 

HEXf WAmZD: Beauty opera- 
tor. Experienced only. Apply 
Creekmore Beauty Salon. Mil 
Atlantic Ave. 5-5-TFN 

HiU* WAimSD: Waltreas! 

T(Mii% lady. neat, efficient and 
attrustlve. To work in one of 
the Beach's finest eatabllsb- 
ments and Clientele. Write c/o 
Box 4-C, Virginia Beach ^n- I 
News. 3-31-TPN 

KELP WANTED: First Class T.V. 

technician. Good pay. Apply 
Hirtz T. v.. London Bridge or 
Phone Virginia Beach 2560. 

4-21-TfW 

KELP WANTED: Experienced lo- 
cal manual operators needed at 
Virginia Beach office. Aiq>ly 
Chesapeake A Potomac Tele- 
phone Co. of Va. 302 - 22nd i 
Street. Va. Beach. 



• LOST AND FOUND 

LOST: Light blue ssweater. Please 
leave at Hotel Waverly desk. 
Reiward. S-19-lt 



• BABY SinERS 



BABY SITTER — Daytime, evt- 
nin«s, nights. Grandmother, ex- 
perienced. Phone 3156-J. tf 

~ ITmiscellanbous 



Ocean Lake Apartments 

ATlANTip AVt AT SEVENTH ST. 

MODERN OK^E AND TWO BEDROOM APARTMENTS 
$67.50 - $73.50 Monthly • Year 'Round llentals 

Furnished - Small Additional Charge 

P]a>-grounds — Lnundrj Faciiiti:s - .Ample Parking 

"Bathing ami Fishing at Your Front Door" 

GEO. N. BADRAN & CO. 

REALTORS 

Vii^inia Beach Office — 214 - 6th St. 
H. H. Bmdkr, ytgr. — Va. Beach 2201 M 



Commonwealth of Virginia: 
In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the Coimty of 
Princess Anne, on the 11th day 
of May, 1955. 
COMMONWEALTH OF VIR- 
GINIA, Complainant, 

vs. 
J. D. SIMMONS (address un- 
known) or if he be dead, his heirs- 
at-iaw and devisees, whose names 
are unkncwn, and his lien cre- 
ditors, if any there be. whose 
names are unkncwn. and all oth- 
er persons who are, or who may 
be, interested in the subject mat- 
ter to be sold or disposed of in 
this suit, whose names are un- 
known, all of which unknown par- 
ties are proceeded against by the 
general description cf "Parties 
iJnknown." Defendants. 

Order of Publication 

The cbject cl the above styled 
suit is for the plaintiff to subject 
th& real estate of J. D. Simmons, 
situated in the County of Prin- 
cess Arme, Virginia, to the lltn 
for taxes due the County of Prin- 
cess Aime en the following de- 
scribed property, to- wit: 

"All of those certain lots, tracts, 
pieces or parcels of land, situate, 
lying and being in Lynnhaven 
Magisterial District,-Princeas Anne 
County, Virginia, known, num- 
bered and designated as Lots 7 
and 9, in Block N, on the Plat of 
Lynnhaven Beach, more fully de- 
scribed by a reference to said plat, 
which is recorded in the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit Court of 
said County, and more particular- 
ly described In the deed from 
Lynnhaven Beach and Park Com- 
pany to J. D. Simmcns, dated No- 
vember 11, 1914. admitted to re- 
cord December 2nd. 1914, and re- 
corded in Deed Book 94, at page 
534." 

An affidavit having been made 
accordins to law that the defend- 
ant is not a ixsident of the State 
of Virginia, and that his last Post 
Office address is unknown, and 
further that if he be dead his 
heirs-at-law •ar.d devisees aie 
not residents of the State of Vir- 
ginia and are unknown, and that 
any lien creditors, if any there be, 
of the parly mentioned herein, 
or his heirs or assigns, whose 
names are unknown, are not resi- 
dents of the State of Virginia and 
that their last post office address- 
t., are unknown, and that there 
arc cr may be other parties who 
are cr may be interested in the 
subject matter to be sold or dis- 
posed of in this suit whose names 
are unknown, and who should be 
prcceided against by the general 
description cf "Parties Unknown." 

It is oi-dered that J. D. Sim- 
mons, and. all parties unknown do 
appear here within ten days after 
due publication hereof and do all 
things necessary to protect all 
their intertsts in this suit. 

A Copy — Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk. 
By: E. H. Atwocd, D. C. 
5-19-2t 



SERVICE: All types commercial 
anr household refrigeration 
so Laundromats. Dealer 
Wntinghouse and Frlgida: 
W. C. Johtison Refrigeration, 
322 17th Street, Virginia Beach. 
Phone 1465 - (30 YEARS AT 
VIROINIA BEACH) 9-9-TFN 




• KM SALi 

FOR SALE: Apartment size 
"Chef's Prldt" sas range at 'i 
price. Room .Mr Conditioner 
1/3 ten "Carrier." 2 Burner hot 
plate with portable oven. Im- 
ported Electric sewing machine. 
Fur Chrcma'basp plastic seat- 
ed, bar stools. 48 Inch. Electric 
r.k Dish washer nnd dl.^i^sal 
cmbinaticn. Small Estey Fold- 
ing organ, 1 pr. Hollywood Beds 
and headboard, and many more 
bargains at Things Unlimited 
— 21st & Pacific Ave., Virginia 
Beach, Va. Phone 2678. 

5- 19- It 




FOR fOaVT: Rental Televtekm. 
Day - Week - Month. 17" or 
21" Fiione 2250. 5-0-TVir 



FOR REm*: Unfurnished Apart- 
ment, 2 bedroMBs, yearly rental, 
6604 AQajkUe Ave. Aiiply SM 
66th St.. Va. Beach. 5-l»-lt 



KELP WANTED: Ladies Earn 
Extra Ca.sh, sell newest ear- 
rings. Write Kenroe Muncie, 
Ind. 5-12-3t 



SITUATION WANTED 



SITUATION WANTED: Travel- 
ing Sale«nan would like to 
Share furnished apt. with same. 
Age 25. Ctone over half the 
time. Write Box 4F c/o Sun- 
News. 5-19-3t 



SEAMSTRESS desires sewing 
to do in her home. Dressmak- 
ing, slipcovers, alterations, dra- 
peries, etc. Phone 3866. 



• WANTED TO BUY 

WANT TO BXJY: Household fur- 
niture and furnlshmgs. Tele- 
phone Virginia Beach 3857. 

4-3-TPN 

WANTED TO BUY: CLEAN COT- 
TON RAGS. Prefer no buttons or 
buckles. Virginia Beach Sun-News. 
3108 Pacific Avenue, across from 
the Bank of Virginia Beach. 



• FOR SALE 



EMPLOYMENT WANTEDS Gen- 
eral carpentry repair work of 
all descriptions. Alteration and 
new home work, Roofing Etc. 
PHA construction loan. No 
down payment. Phone 3264W. 

5-5-4t 



EMPLOYMENT WANTED: Will 
take care of children at my 
home. 7 A. M. - 6 P. M. Every 
day except Sunday. Rates Rea- 
sonable. Phone 3772J. S-5-3t 



EMPLOYMENT WANTED: Roof- 
ing and Sheet Metal Work. 
Warm Air Heating. Free Esti- 
mate. New or Repair work. 
Phone V. p. 1637. 5-5-4t 



SITUATION WANTED: Employ- 
ed refined widow would like 
reasonable room with kitchen 
privileges north of 31st Street. 
Write Box 4 E c/o Sun-News. 

S-12-3t 



FOR SALE: 1 yr. old, male Collie. 
AKC registered $35.00. Phone 
2776 Or'306W2 5-19-lt 

FOR SALE: Pups, 7 small Ter- 
riers, healthy and husky. Raised 
cut doors. $7.00 and $10.00. 2C5 
25th St.. Virginia Beach, Va. 
Apply in rear. 5-19-lt 



FOR SALE: Bed - Double, maple. 
year old; Complete $25.00. See 
Saturday, Sunday. Monday 
nocn to 5 p. m. 204 - 83rd St.. 
Fhcne Norfolk MA- 77642. 

5-19-lt 



FOR SALE: Frigidaire, Electric 
Steve and Mattress. All in good 
Condition. All for $50.00. Phone 
2468 - Nights. 519-lt 



FOR SALE OR FOR RENT: 
Medium size rooming house 
center of best rental section. 
Recently decorated and nicely 
furnished. Rjady for 1955 Sea- 
son. Phone H. G. Moore, with 
Jarvls & Kitchin 353 Nights 
1274. 5-12-tfn 

FOR SALE: Auto for sale 1949 
Cadalic 62 Convertable beauti- 
ful black finish. White top Se 
sldewalls. Excellent condition 
fully equipped $1150. Phone 
2153 M. Private Owner. 

* 5-12-2t 

FOR SALE: Several pieces of 
furniture for sale very reason- 
able. Phone 1633J. 5-12-Zt 



. T RENT: 2 bedroom collage 
1 iictiv ly furnished elecWc- 
ally etiuldped. Excellent eondi- 
tion. The Huan Cottages. 3807 
Holly Road. Phone 1480. 

5-l»-3t 

FOR RENT: Furnished apwrt- 
ment - 1 bedroom, living room, 
dinette. Electric ec^ipment. Ex- 
cellent condition. The Huan 
Cottages 2807 Holly Rd. Phone 
1450. 5-l»-2t 



FOR RENT: Apartment, two bed- 
rooms. Screen porch. Cranplete- 
ly furnished. Reasonable year- 
ly rate. See Holland 411 - 22nd 
St. or Phone 1985. 5-19-TfW 

FOR RENT: 2-bedrocm house, 
newly built. Everything fur- 
nished. Available June 1. 1^5. 
phcne 1353 5-12-3t 



FOR RErfT: S-bedrooins. screen 
porch, completely fomialK^ 
cottage, 1 block from oeewl « 
newly ^corated - will rent by 
season or month. Apply 303 
24th St. 5-12-3t 



FOR SALE: German AKC regis- { 
tered puppies - champion sired 
Beautiful show type. Wormsd 
and innooulated. Phcna 544J. 

5-19-2t 



FOR SALE: 1 doubb wood bed. 
Coil springs. Enterspring mat- 
tress. $25.00. 1 hotpoint apart- 
ment size stove. $25.00. Phone 
1503 R. 5-12-2t 



FOR SALE: Easy electric clothes 
dryer. Brand new, never used. 
Priced far belcv/ retail value. 
Phone 3025. 5-19-lt 



FOR SALE: Baby buggy, Hich 
chair, car-bed, training chair, 
elsctrlc stsrllzer and buttles. 
All in good condition. All for 
$25.00. Dog house ^.00 W. A. 
Evert. 812 - 9th St.. Virginia 
Beach, Va. 5-19-TFN 



FOR SALE: Rugs - Two Gray 

Wilton, black figure, living 
rocm rugs. 9 by* 12 and 4 by 
7, $35.00. Phcne 1711 J. 

5-12-3t 

FOR SALE: Electric, gas stoves 
and heating stoves. Baby bed, 
dinette set, refrigerators, desks, 
beds and many other items, at 
low prices. Phone 82 J 3. 

4-7-TFN 



FOR RENT: Attractive furnished 
5 room house. Fenced In yard, 
screen porch Southern expo- 
sure. Electric kitchen. Available 
new. Rent to Responsible peo- 
ple. See at 317 - 23rd Street or 
Phone Norfolk MA 2-1923. Abo 
large three room duplex apart- 
ment screen porc4i, furnished 
or unfurnished. See at 305 - 
21st. Street or Phone Norfolk 
MA 2-1923. 5-ia-3t 



FOR SALE: U-^ed T. V. All sizes 
& Makes $29.95 up. Hirtz TV. 
Phone 2550. 5-5-TFN 



EMPLOYMENT WANTED: Set- 
tled woman will take care of 
children while mother works. 
Phone 3736 after 6:30 P. M. 

5-12-31; 



MISCELUNEOUS 



ZIPPERS 

. • REPAOtED 
• REPLACED 

Complet^ Rquiirs on 
HAND BAGS - LE.\THER 
JACKETS - UMBRU^LAS 
- LUGGAGE - GOLF BAGS 
• SADDLES 

GRANE S 

REPAIR SERVICE 
434 Uai^a Street 
NOIffOLK. VA. 



MISCELLANEOUS: Sectetarial 
telephone service. Deipendable, 
efficient, reliable telephone 
service. 24 hours a day service. 
Phoiie 399-W, 3-24-TFN 

MISC.: Will watch children from 
8:30 A. M. to 11:30 P. M. Phone 
1380 W. 4-28-TFN 



ABSOLUTELY FREE - Clip this 
ad and present it with any sow- 
ing machine or lawn mower re- 
pair Job and we will sharpen 
FREE one pair of Kissors or two 
knives. 

Joe E. Elliott,s FIX-IT SHOP 
Birdnyk RoaJ PHONE |g09.W 



; > ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦» »4"I>4h1hM^ 

BAKED ENAMEL 

AUTO 

;; PAUinNO ; 

24 Hour Service 

$49e50iiup 

i; ONE YEAR guarantee:: 

i JAMES BROS. I 
MOTOR CO. 

;; Oceana, Va. Phone 13621: 

- ;: 



FOR SALE 

Vlrgii|ia Beach north end 
— The Gatewood Construc- 
tion Corporation announces 
tke biMidtBf of a nambrr of 
mediam priced custom built 
hMBcs at project inices In 
bcMUIAil Crystal Acres. Jast 
tit 55Ui street, three blocks 
flt>ai Uic ocean, or we will 
boild ^Bi yonr plans on 
any ioc of yoor choke. First 
heme now nnwing comple- 
tion. For estimate or other 
M^iwallfB ^1 Mir excla- 
■Ne acopta — ArUiar Ma- 
tnr PkMM IISS "Aay. 
Utoe," ar Lasie J^uism at 



FOR SALE: AKC Registered 
Beautiful Wienaraner 18 month 
old male dcg. Phone V. B. 
36CW11. ' 5-19-3t 



FOR SALE: Floor furnace,' Iron 
fireman. Electric Ignitor. and 
circulating fan. Dayton jet wa- 
ter pump, one-third H. P. Mot- 
or with fivc-palkin tank, i'ower 
mower, 18 inch cut. Brlggs and 
Stratton Engine. Price reason- 
.able. Phcna V. B. 375J2. 

5-19-lt 



FOR SALE: Construction Shack 
8x8, Wired, Good Condition 
Phone 2670 or 379CM. 

5-19-TFN 



FOR SALE: 24-inch power lawn 
mower and roller both $50.00 
Bed room suite - like new 
$30.00. Bed pillcws each 50c. 
Phone Virginia Beach 1389 W 
or 2805 R. 5-5-3t 



FOR SALE: Carriage for sale - 
Lik^ New. $20.00 - Apply 1412 
C.vpress. 5-5-TFN 



FOR SALE— 6 cu. foot chest type 
AMANA freezer. Excellent con- 
dition. Phone 2943. 3-17-TPN 



FOR SALE: 2 - 9 x 12 Fiber ruav 
Good Condition. $5.00 each. 
Phone 1965W. 5-19-lt 



FOR SALE: "POSTED, NO 
TRESPASSING, NO HUNTINa, 
NO FISHING" signs. Painted 
on water Proof cardboard 25c 
each or $2.00 per dozen. Vir- 
ginia Beach Sun-News. 3108 
Pacific -vvenue Phone 1877. 

Il-11-TPN 



alphin-harrell motors inc. 

PRINCESS ANtvE COUNTY'S ONLY AUTHORIZED 

MERCURY DEALER 

Coinplete Service On All Makes Of Cars 

Pickup and Delivery 

Factory - Trained Mechanics 

914 17th Street Phone 223 - Virginia Beach 

Phone 22158 -Norfolk 



FOR RENT: One bedroom apart- 
ment. Heating stove, electric 
cook atove, Electric refrigera- 
tor, electric hot water heater 
and water furnished. At Lon- 
don Bridge near NS RR. Phone 
14. Virginia Beach. 3-17-TPN 



FCOt RENT: Fumiahed (me M# 
two room ^feiency apartaMSAi 
Including an utlUUes. ReaaMi- 
able rent. Berriet pe raoBlI rt 
weksGine. Phone 19B1 SaalOM 
apartments. 301 34th SU'eat. 

Fcm RISNT: AUraetive. medm 
3-fbom furnished apartntiiCi^ 
Couch Bed in %Mm noen. 
$66.00 vn ivcak. ttUltiea. Wm- 
nijbed. Suppaer Rent. WMWii 
2557 or 2143. 6-12-lTll 



FOR Ram*: tfnftimtthed Agt. -*■ 
4 rooms and Im^. 3407 MtOt 
Ave. Ptaone SUB. i-O^ 



FOR RJBNT: PundshMl I hedroMi 
apt. by seaaoBr or year round. 
Apply 4U la St. Rear uiMtairt. 

•-If-lt 



FOR RBrr: Attnetlre i a t 
bedroom house. Mee jwri. 
Screen Poreh. Phooa 2a H air 

3790M. a-it.^nii 



FOR RE3NT: Seven room down- 
stairs furnished apartment, 319 
24 Va Street, (toehlnd Post Of- 
fice.) Convenient - one Idock 
from ocean. Rent tqr week, 
month or summer. Phone 
1611-W. 3-24-TFN 



FOR JOB^; AttrMtive, 0061. 
light, living room and $t0- 
room comMftaticni. AU <laawiii 
Kitchenette, Till tath. ttot t^l 
Cold Water. Conycdiait t9 ta»- 
Iness District. Phone lIM |. 

t-ii-mi 

rem RUNT: One or two iMd- 

romns furnished apartOMilWi 
Awly Pontlae Apartnenta. O- 
cean Front and 6th W airftrt. 
Ask for Mrs. Mmire. 4-21-Tni 

FOR RBNT: Three apartiiienla, 
three and four TOons - fam- 
ished. On same lot will kise 
from 1 to 5 lean or lepuatiiy. 
Karnvw block to ocean. Con- 
venlent to everything, t^am 
Portsmouth SX - 39113. 

i-n-rm 



m 



RESIDENT AGENt 

Large organiiaf ion writing all majdr Unoa 49^ liMMfi 
has agency opening in Virginia Beach aiM. 0|iliMal 
company training program. 

Will consider active part timo mm, 

WRITiORPHONB 

RILEY E. tIMMOItt 

DISTRICT AAANAGER 

FARM BUREAU IN$|illANCl COAA^ANIil 
733 Boush Street Ph. AAA 1.5791 NorloHi 10, Va. 







save where 

H PAYS / 



SAFETV 
INSURED 

^10,000.^';^ 




SAVINOS 



INSURtP 




VIRGINIA BEACH FEDERAL 

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

210 25th Street Phone 2511 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 



AUTO LOANS 



AUTO Kt> IN A tXV t IMV 



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BEACH FINANCE CORP 



BEAC'( 
PHONF 



C I ^ R K I t J , \ 



R R ^<,^T-t^^^,^^ n,» 



REAL ESTATE LOANS 

♦ BUYING 
4 BUIIi^ING 
♦ REPAIRING 




Insured -Savii^s 



BEIKLBY 




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V1R6IWA BtA^ SUN - NiWS, TW^DAY, MAY 1 9, 1955 



ACTION <5Nt 



■■!>^ 



III 11 >i 



I T--<»--fe&h. 



/I%s^ JlMTYes Kellam Instaikd 
Presfcknt Junior Woman's Club 



The Junior WMnan's Club o€ 
Prina»s Araie County held its an> 
iHwl meetinc Tuesday night with 
new officent being installett by 
ttie club's first president. Mrs. 
W. P. Kellam. The meetlns; was 
h«Id at the American Legion Club. 

l^iaBie of the meeting was 
"Cliarter Night" and Mrs. FVed- 
ertek O. Ttununer .club president. 
presi(ted. Heads of the area's sen- 
Iw womans clubs and Junior clubs 
were guests at the meeting. 

ftwt presidents of the cluto at- 
tending, in addition to Mrs. Kel- 
lam, imluded Mrs. J. O. Tyler 
(194»-S0): Mrs. J. N. ADen. Jr. 
(1990-51); Mrs. R. Lynn Kehnett 
(1951-52); Mrs. V. Alfred Ether- 
Idge (1952-53); and Mrs. T. C. 
Berry (1953-54). 

New officers installed included 
Mrs. James Kellam. president; 
Mrs. W. P. Perrell, first vice-pres- 
ident; Mrs. A. J. Dennis, second 
yice-ipresident; Mrs. Jolmson. 
third vice-president; Mrs. William 
Green, fourth vice-president; Mrs. 
C. D. Reese, recording secretary; 
Mrs. Everett Martin, con-espond- 
Ing secetary; and Mrs. Davis Eth- 
eridge, treasurer. 



INSTALLED 




MRS. JAMF,» KELLAM 



Personal Mention 



(Continned from Page 1, Sec. B) 

Mr. and Mrs. T. N. P. Johnson 
and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wel- 
ton spent last weekend in Rich- 
mond with Mrs. Johnson's parr 

ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Smith. 

* « « 

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Clower of 
Hampden Sydney College spent 
last weekend as guests of Mr. and 
Mrs. H. Oliver Brown at their 

home on 22nd Street. 

* < • 

Mr. and Mrs. John Knowles of 
Richmond spent last weekend at 

the Sea Horse. 

* * * 

Mrs. Mabel Willcox sailed from 
/lew York last Saturday aboard 
the S.S. Westerdam to spend sev- 
eral months in Europe. She will 
visit her nephew, Lt. tsg^ Prank 
^mard, and Mrs. Barnard, in 

(Germany. 

* * • 

Mr. and Mrs. O. William Truitt, 
Jr., moved from Norfolk last Mon- 
day to spend the summer months 

at their home on 59th Street. 

* • * 

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Jordan, 
Jr., of Bay Colony spent last 
weekend with Mrs. Jordan's sis- 
ter-in-law and brother, Mr. and 
Mrs. Ooodwin Browne, at their 

home near Lynchburg. 

* * « 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Dawson Tay- 
lor spent last weekend in Rich- 
mond as guests of Mr. Taylor's 
Bister, Mrs. Charles Tanhot iMse, 
and MrrRose. > ^ 
' '■ ■ . • / *■ •■ * * . « "• * • 

Mr. and Mrs. Etomett Kyle of 
Alanton recently had as their 
niests Dr. and Mrs. Duncan iMac- 

Hae of Bel Air, Md.' 

* * * 

Mrs. Henry Lewis and Mrs. Carl 
Porsberg are spending several 
(toiys this week in Lynchburg, re- 
presenting the Virginia Beach 
Garden CTlub at the annual meet- 
ing of the Garden Clubs of Vir- 
ginia. 

* * • 

Misses Lee and Ann Wagner, 
students at Georgetown Visita- 
tion Junior College, Washington, 
spent last weekend with their mo- 
ther, Mrs. Veronica Wagner, at 
her home on 81st Street and 
Oceanfront. They had as their 
guests two c1as!tniates. Miss Jackie 
Daley of Jacksonville. Pla., and 



Miss Katharine Connor, of Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

• • • 

Mrs. Agustis Kelly who has been 
visiting Mrs. Margaret C. Moore 
on Cavalier Drive for the past 
week has returned to her home in 
Norfolk on Westover Avenue. 



J. C. Garden, Jr. 
Heads WBOF 
Sales Staff 



Virginia Beach's Radio Station, 
WBOP announces the appoint- 
ment of J. G. Carden, Jr. of Dur- 
ham, N. C. r.nd Richmond, Vir- 
ginia to the position of sales 
manager. 

t 

Carden is a graduate of the 
University of North Carolina, 
Duke University Law School and 
the F. B. I. Academy. He was 
formerly employed as a special 
agent with the Federal Bureau of 
Investigation and more recently 
as Textile Sales Specialist with 
the Owens-Corning Fiberglas 
Corp in Richmond, Virginia. Car- 
den is married to the former 
Shirley Williams of Norfolk and 
Virginia Beach and is the father 
of two sons, James and Steven, 
ages four and one req)ec4iv^. 

Cardens past activities Include 
.membership ta the -North Carolina 
fiatit Bar, Phi Alpha Delta, Legal 
Pratfernity, Ddi» iiigma Pi, Com- 
merce Fraternity, Society of for- 
mer special agents of the P.B.I., 
the Downtown Club of Richmond, 
the Westhampton Methodist 
Church of Richmond and the 
cavalier Cluib of Virginia Beach, 
Va. 

WBOF operates on a schedule 
from sunrise to sunset on a freq- 
uency of 1600, with an authorized 
power of 1000 watts. The station 
is the first to be operated and li- 
censed in Princess Anne County 
since 1926. . 



IfwSMOrflcfn 

On Prictey morning. May 13th. 
at 10:00 In the V. B. H. S. audl- 
t(M-ium, the StiKient C^MincU A»* 
sociation held its Instalbitioii for 
the new officers d 1M6-M. 

With a processional, bel|)g led 
by Princip«l James A. Johnsmi, 
Jr.. the memlbers of Che Student 
Council Associatlm) marched 
(itown the auditorium by eaiMHe 
light to the music of Ood of Oar 
Fathers. 

When all mcralbers were anen* 
bled on the stage — the audience, 
along with the high seho(d eboriM, 
sang the S. C. A. song after 
which Mr. Walter Pulcer. S.CJl. 
Sensor, led the group in praynr. 

At the ctMiclusion of the de- 
votional services the chorus, led 
by Mr. J. William Miller, sang 
the song — We are Ughtii^ The 
Candles of the S.C.A. — while 
Mrs. Margaret Jeter, Assistant 
Principal, rendered the impres- 
sive candle light Installation ser- 
vice. Mymie Woodward, S. C. A. 
President of 1954-55, Lena Hut- 
.senpiller - Vice President, Anifa 
Cruser - Secretary, Virginia Hum- 
phries - Treasurer, iriew out their 
candles signifying the year of 
1954-55 comii« to a dose. Then 
in like manner — the candles 
were relighted while Fraidc Tar- 
rell. New 8. C. A. President for 
1956 - 56 took his oath of office 
along with — Bill Culverhouse - 
Vice President, Unda Heame - 
Secretary. Gray Schaefer - Trea- 
sflrer. 

At the conclusion of this. Miss 
Jo Ann Johnson, a talented sen- 
ior, sang "ToWm the Gleam." af- 
ter which President Frank Tar- 
rell rendered the S.C.A. obliga- 
tion along with the entire school. 

Mr. James A. Johnson. Jr. then 
presented the new officers with 
small pins to designate their new 
responsibility that they were so 
recently elected to. Last^, in 
turn, the group all marched from 
the stage, by candlelight out into 
the audience. 

With the program ^en being 
complete. Mr. Johnson thanked 
Mr. Walter Parker for all of the 
work he had done as S.C.A. Spon- 
sor for the year and congratulat- 
ed Mr. Parker on the successful 
year he and the S.C.A. group had 
accompli^ed. 

The S.C.A. members for the 
1954-55 school year have been: 
Eddie Bonney. P. B. White, Alyce 
Savage, Joan Stephen, Tommy 



Ebmor FuIm WM PankipMe b 
WeResley-Va»^ bilermMp Program 

A participant in Oie W^lealey- interest organiaatiwu. political 
Vaaaar intemrtilp pragnm tills parties, and newspapers in Waah- 
summer wiS be Mta BMmor Put- ington. D. C. 



ton. daughter oi CttauA md Mrs. 
Itatoert M. F^ilttm oT 307 Ohec<wink 
Drive, Bhtlnedc Point. Thirty 
girls from Wellealey ami from 
Vassar C<rileges, partleipsting for 
the fln(t tmM this year, wffl hawe 
a chMKe to gala a praetical 
knowledge of the w o it l ngs of the 
United States govvmimtt Iv 
ispendiiv six we^u, fradi Jkme 14 
to July n, in fedoral executive 
agencies, offices (A m m a tot vB at 
tkmgren. and offlees of fecial 



Mi« Fulton will hold a position 
in the Children's Bureau of the 
Department of Health, Education 
and Welfare. A senior and a his- 
tory major, she was a represen- 
taChw to Ck>a'!ge Government this 
year and will be president of her 
dormitmy next year. 

MlM FulUm is a graluate cf 
iifount Venum Seminary in Wash- 
ii«t<m. D. C, and transferred to 
Weiledey frmn Whitman College 
in Walla Walla, Wash. 



Lawyer Addresses 
Class in Co/t 



Mr. Richard Brydges, a promi- 
nent lawyer of Vtrtinla BeaCh 
and Princess Anne County, gave a 
talk for the second beH Oovem- 
ment Class on Wednesday. May 
11, 1955. The talk was on civU 
government and local affairs — 
political wise. 

Questions on Ms talk were 
adced hy Marcia Abemathy. Geo- 
rge Sanderlin, Jack MacZver. and 
Don Moss. On some of these (lues- 
tlons Mr. Brydges preferred not 
to give his view because of the 
idea it is not wise to speak for or 
against local political parties. 

The talk covered all that we 
have been studying in Oovem- 
ment Class this past six weeks. 
Much was derived from Mr. 
Brydges talk, 

Mr. Brydges went to high school 
in I^rnchburg, Virginia, college at 
Nbtre Dame, and graduated in 
1942. He attended law aehool at 
the University of Virginia and has 
been practicing law in Virginia 
since 1948. 

The class considered themselves 
fortunate to have Mr. Brydges 
talk to them. Mr. Walt^ Parker 
is the American Government tea- 
cher at the City High School. 



Moore. Gary Rudman, Billy Cul- 
verhouse, Charles Meachum. Ken- 
ny Jard, David Watts, Frank Tar- 
rall, Ted Wool. Keimit 8cat4>or- 
ough. Anita Cruser. Rose Marie 
Price, Virginia Humphries. Geo- 
rge Sanderlin. Lena Hutsenpiller. 
Jo Ann Ferrell. Buddy Green, 
Ashley Haycox, Anita Myers, My- 
mie Woodward, Orey Schalfer. 



MOST UNPOPULAR TAX 

Asked to name the excise tax 
they disliked most, 4 out of 10 
persons put the telephone tax ajt 
the top of the list. The tax on 
railroad passenger tickets was 



NOTICE 

A City Ordinance requires all dogs to be confined 
and liot allowed to run loose in the City of Virginia 
Beach from May 1st through September 30th. 

H. A. CULPEPPER 
Game Warden 



AAA Safety Poster Urges Children 
To "Play Away From Trafflc" 



"Playing In the street Is one 
of the gre at es t cMMwa ol death 
and injury to eUldfen under 14 
years of gge," Jol#|l, Dey, vtee 
presijlent^ TideHliaibt Aut^0lrile( 
Association, said^|odar Ujin-i,; 
nouneing'that the m^ntliv AAA 
Traffic Safety Poster for May 
Illustrates the very Important 
rule: "Play Away from Traffie." 

Ilie colorful poster Iws been 
dlstrilmted to schools In the 
Virginia Beach and Princess 
Anne County area by the Tlde- 
wliter Automobile Assoelattim 
this month because with sum- 
mer nearly h«e more and more 

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PLAY 
\ AWAY 
FROM 
ITRAFFI 




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^ijSi^i^^i^i^ <^iiiii:i:i^ii«l 



ehUlren will be playlof out- 



Mr. Dey said that the poster 
"definltejy wUlliave some ef- 
fect ^i^'diildreA, but patents^ 
sMittld lalso reHkat Hie ti^aniliig 
Just as often as possible »o ttiat 
the faet that playing In or near 
streets Is dangerous b firmly 
ptented in every child's mind." 

The motor club of fleial lUso 
pointed out that this Is a very 
good time for paraili aaA loeal 
authorities to review esMing 
recreation taeillties to ideter- 
miue If there are ample fenced* 
hi play trannds. "Past etperimce 
has proven that tmleaa eliddnn 
aro given a good place to play, 
wen protected from traf He. It 
Is itften Impossible to keep them 
from playing In the street," Mr. 
Dey added. 

Ilhe poster was designed by 
Jerry Thompson, a student at 
Idaho Palls nigh School. Idaho 
nUb, Idaho. Jerry's postw won 
first prise hi Its dirislon of ttie 
Tenth Annal Traflle Safety 
Poster contest, sponsored by the 
Amertean Automobtte Assoela- 
tion. Because of Its striktug 
slmpllelty. It was selected for 
reproduction by the AAA and 
tor national dfatributlott as an 
aid to safety education. 



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Only 
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ARMT mOVWSG JOB 
uses A8BCSTOS SIMNO 

Oreen artiestos-eement siding 
has been chosen for the exterior 
surfacing of a one million dollar, 
100 unit housii^ project for en- 
listed men and officers, xxm un- 
der way at the Port Sheridan, HI., 
base. The ashestos siding will be 
used in connection with Inick ve- 
neer on seven buildings, each to 
house from 14 to 18 families. 



Coimly Student 
KMed m Crash 

A PrinecM Anne County coHege 
stu^nt was killed nrly Monitoy 
morning In a two-car head-<m 
colltalon 10 miles east of l^mh- 
burg. ^ 

The dead youth is Basil Squires, 
Jr.. 35, foster son of Mr. and 
Mrs. S. S. Squires. Injured in the 
crash were Mrs. Lois Thomas 
Squires, his wife, and Jeanette 
Thomas, 20. The Squire's 10- 
month old daughter was thrown 
clear of the ear and escaped In- 
jury. 

Driver of the second car was 
identified as Julian Jefferles, 19, 
of Forrest. Re was admitted to a 
Lynchburg h<wpltal for observa- 
tion. 

Surviving Squires, in addition 
to his wife, his foster parents, his 
father, and his sister-in-law are 
two half-sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth 
Rawls and Mrs. Dorothy Ann 
Jennings, both of Hickory, and 
hi9 step-mother, Mrs. Dorothy 
Kearse Squires, of Hickory. 



AtHetwitofr 

Miss Janice Gregory, <rf Virginia 
Beach, a flre^umin at Mary 
WatOiington Coilege. Prederkdts- 
iMirg. carried off top honm^ in 
the snlwol's horse »)tow l>e1d re- 
cwitly. " 

Miss Gregory, a 19M graduate 
ot Virginia Beach High School, 
won two first pbtces and received 
the aehievemetrt award toe the 
year, l^e finished on top in in- 
termediate equitatlcm and ad- 
vanced JumiHng. She was crown- 
ed reserve eham^on aiut ^aeed 
fourth in hottf prints aKmmae 
challenge troi^ equitatitm. 

The show was held at the Oak 
Hill stables In Fredericksburg. 

Miss Gh-egory is the daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gregory, 
33rd Street and Arctic Avenue. 



Illght tours of its steel-making 
c^Tcrations are offered visitors to 
the Ford Dearborn plant. These 
tours are the only regular evening 
visitor trtps in the automobile in- 
dustry. 



WMRcgprtrMNM 
Dale June 15 



negistara^tn for tlM 
School of The jforttOc tMvtaton 
of The Colleire of "nnUiam imd 
Mary will be held on Wednestey. 
June 1ft between ttie hmars of 
8:30 a. m. Mid 11:30 p. m. Can- 
es will begin on Thtursday, June 
18. The semester witt «mI on 
Wednesday. August 10. Registra- 
tion tar tne summer qiMrter to 
Aigineering courses «rtll be heltf 
on Thursday, Juno 9 wad the ex- 
amlnatlMis will end on AAifUst 
10. 

Registn^i<m for eoursM my 
be made in advanM at the open- 
ing date by mail or in person. 
Registratlcm fcMrms may be ob- 
tained by writing to E. Vernon 
Peele, Supervisor of the Summer 
Session in care of the C^lege. 



The first eketrk; Ughto were 
pot on a ChristnMs tree by a tele- 
phone man, Ralph E. Morris. He 
used the tiny lamps from a tele- 
phone switchboard. 




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SOaETY DaNGS IN VIRGINIA BEACHANDTONCKSANNLCOU^ 



First Presbyterian Church Scene Of 
Hardy - Manges Vows On Saturday 



The marriage of Miss Dolores 
Jean Mangres, daug^hter <rf Mr. 
and Mrs. Clyde H. Mansres, Jr., of 
Virginia Beach, to Marvin Brad- 
ford Hardy, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
living W. Hardy, of KempsviUe, 
took place Saturday afternoon. 
May 7. at three o'clock , at the 
First f^eabyterian Church, Vir- 
ginia Beach, with the Rev. Ro- 
bert P. Davis, pastor of the 
clMirch, performing the ceremony. 
The altar was arranged with 
palms, spring flowers and lighted 
candles. Mrs. Charles H. Hitch- 
ings accompanied Mrs. John H. 
Hardy, who .sang "Because" and 
"The Lord's Prayer." 

The iH-ide, given in marriage by 
her father, wore a wedding gown 
al lace and tulle over taffeta, 
styled with a scalloped necUine, 
long sleeves, tight bodice and a 
bouffant skirt, extending into a 
brief train. Her finger-tip vei of 
imported Illusion was arranged 
from a pillbox trimmed in sequins 
and pearls. Her bouquet was of 
lilies-of-the-valley pentered with 
pale pink rosebuds. —.^^ 

Miss Carol Lee Emrlck. as maid 
of honor, wore a floor-length 
dress of orchid crystalette and 
tulle made with a hoiero and full- 
gathered skirt. She wore a match- 
ing velvet bandeau trimmed with 
pearls and a face veil. She car- 
ried a Colonial bouquet of yellow 
.spring flowers. 



Little Miss Nancy Oeaok De 
Alola was flower girt. Her fteor- 
length dress of malw crystalette 
was matched )yy » hwlf ,hat and 
she carried a baaket of yellow 
spring flowers. 

Pollowiiw the ceremony, a re- 
ception was held in the social hall 
of the church. After » wedding 
trip to the Sm(Ay MoimtAlns. Mr. 
and Mrs. Hardy are resldiiw at 
1501 James Street. Bhyskle. 



Cocktail Party 
On Saturday 

Mr. and Mrs. William Bmxt 
and Mr. and Mrs. William Boy- 
kin will entertain at a codctai! 
party on Saturday frwn five to 
seven o'clock. 

The party will be given at the 
home of Mr. and' Mrs. Bruce in 
Bay Colony. 



DAUGHTER BORN 

Mr. and Mrs. William Frank 
Addington of Charlottesville an- 
nounce the birth of their second 
daughter, Elizabeth DaBell, on 
Friday, May 6, at the University 
of Virginia Hospital. 

Mrs. Addington is the former 
Miss Elizabeth Crowley, of Lit- 
tleton, N. C. Mr. Addington is the 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. 
Addington of Great Neck Road. 



The Craam of the 1955 Crop - 

Swim Suits 

By Brigance, Cole of California, 
Rose Marie Reid, Greta Fiattry 

10.95 up 

Rose Hall's collection of new swim suits Is almost 
like a New York showing . . . here are the suits from 
the top designers in infinite variety of styles, fabrics 
and colors . . . one, two and three piece suits in 
sizes lO's to 20's. When you see them you. too. wiU 
be saying, "It's Rose Hall for bathing suits." 
Children's Swim Suits. 2 to 14 ... 1.^0 up 




6 Milcf West ol Va. Beach on Va. Peach Blvd. 



Mm Btfttye Reaves 
Beec^nes Bride Of 
Kelsay Darst, Jr. 

Trinity Q»taeopal CiMireh, Ports- 
mouth, was the aettii^ last Bat- 
urday niffht for the marriage of 
Mias Bettye Jacqueline Reaves. 
daugliUr of Mr. and Mrs. din- 
ton It. MavM. of PtvtmiMith, to 
KeLsay Olemiy Dmst, Jr.. stm of 
Mrs. Katherine CMd Darst, of 
Krdneiek Point, and the kite Mr. 
Kelaay CHendy Darst. The Rev. 
Chauncey F. Mlnnick. reet<M- of 
the church, perfumed the cere- 
mony. Dr. Joseirti Stcj^ns ptayed 
the weddli« music and Heiuy A. 
OiMwrt »ng several selections. 

The rride. given in marriage by 
her father, wore a wedding gown 
of classic design, made of Chan- 
tilly lace in a magnolia shade. 
The skirt was gathered at the 
waistline and draped at the back 
to dhapel train length. Her head- 
dress was a miniature coronet of 
OhantiUy on satin, embroi d ered 
in seed pearls and sequins. iSie 
carried a prayer book t(^iped with 
a purple-throated orchid, with sa- 
tin ribbon strealMers. I 

Miss Mary Moynihan was maid 
of tionor and Mrs. Henry Gilbert 
was matron of honor. Bri(tesmaids 
were Mrs. William R. Pope, Jr.. 
Mrs. Robert A. Craig. Jr.. Mrs. 
Delores Bowen and Mrs. Anthony 
Hutchinson, all of Portsmouth. 

Mrs. W. E. HoffkT. Jr.. was 
mistress of ceremonies. 

All of the attendants wore like 
gowns of floor-length spring 
green India silk. They wore head- 
dresses of matching net wide- 
brimmed hats and carried Co- 
lonial nosegays of Royal Iris with 
matching ribbons. 

Dr. William B. Pope, Jr., broth- 
er-in-law of the bridegroom, was 
best man. Groomsmen we're Tho- 
mas M. Scott. Charles Weikert. 
Dr. Weyland Andrews. Jack Per- 
kins, W. E. Hoffler, Jr.. Frank 
Cox, all of Virginia Beach, and 
Ray Reaves, brother of the bride. 

Sanford Cook was master of 
ceremonies. 

Following the ceremony a re- 
ception was held at the Womans 
Club In Olensheallah. Following 
a southern wedding trip Mr. and 
Mrs. Darst will reside i^ Virginia 
Beach. 

For traveHngUhe bride chose a 
costume in $jpayjNilUc with Aiatoh- 
Ing duster, lined with white, 
hat and gray accessories. 



Smf% W» Be 
Spoken Jtoie 4th 

Miaa Amie Logan Holland of 
Virglnta Bea«^. whose marriage 
to EiM. George l^omas Bole will 
take i^aee on Saturday afternoon. 
June 4, at four o'clock at the Star 
of the Sea Catholic Church, has 
chosen Miss Diane Standing of 
Vii^inla Beach as her maid of 
honor. 

Aldemaids will be Miss Mari- 
lyn Mundy of Virginia Beach. 
Miss Ruth Conaway of Elkins 
Park Penna.. Miss Carol Fingar 
of Chappaqua. N. Y.. and Miss 
Sandy Kreyling of Wynne-wood. 
Penna. 

Ens. William J. Peary of Pensa- 
cola, Fla., will be best man for 
Ens^ Bole, and groomsmen will 
be U. Rkrhard B. Alger of New 
York City, Lt. Joseph Franks of 
Big Spring. Tex., Ens. Roy R. 
Wright of Ht^o, C^la.. and Ens. 
William E. Burr of San Francisco. 



Mrs. Parrtsh Is 
Hon'ored At 
Birthday Party 

A bU-thday party was given on 
Saturday night at eight o'clock at 
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 
ainting of London Bridge in hwi- 
of Mr.s. James Parrtsh of Virginia 
Beach. 

Those present included Mr. and 
Mrs. Murford Heneune ol Oceana. 
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Whitaker of 
London Bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Bill 
Newscm of Virginia Beach, and 
Mrs. Parrl'h's hustand. James 
Parri.sh. 

Afer honoring Mrs. Parrish with 

remebrances of the day. refresh- 

' ments were served, and the party 

j attended a dance given at the 

I Moose Lodge. Virginia Beach, of 

which all are members. 



1 Announce 
J En^ag-ement 



Huntington - Travis ' 

Miss Ruby Ttavis. daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Travis of i 
Princess Anne County and grand- i 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie 
James of Princess Anne County, 
became the bride of Robert Hunt- 
ington, sort of Roscoe Huntington 
and the late Mrs. Elisabeth Hunt- 
ington of San Antonio. Texas, and 
the grandson of Mrs Annie Hunt- 
ington and the late J. M. Hunt- 
ington of Creeds, in a ceremony 
taking place April 9 in Hertford. 
N. C. 

The ceremony was performed 
by Justice of the Peace T. E. 
Rappe. of Hertford, in the pres- 
ence of several friemis of the 
couple, among them being Miss 
Sue Acosta of Virginia Beach. 
Harold Flora of London Bridge, 
and James Lane of London Bridge. 

The bride will graduate at Prin- 
ces,s Anne High School in June, 
and the groom has served three 
years in the army, of which two 
years were spent in Korea. 



Nancy Lee Equils Final Assemfclr 
Chooses June 26th Dance Friday 
For Wedding Day 



ML"» Naiwry Lee Bquils. daugh- 
ter of. Mr. and Mrs. Radford W. 
Equils.* has oho<ien Sunday. June 
26. as the date for her marriaKP 
to William Godwin Hyatt, Jr , of 
Birdneck Point. 

The ceremony will take place 
at two-thirty o'clock in the after- 
noon at the Virginia Beach Meth- 
odist Church. 

■ MLss Equils will have as her 
maid of honor Miss Mariah Kello. 
of Courtland. The bridesmaids 
will be Miss Lola Holland and 
Miss Ellen Whltehurst. of Nor- 
folk; M1S.S Joyce Smith, of Suf- 
folk, and Miss Anne Story of 
Courtland. 

Rex Lue. Jr., of Norfolk, will be 
best man for Mr. Hyatt, and the 
groom.smen will be Lee Vander- 
bury. Leroy Seeley, Richard White. 
Jr.. and .James Cake, all of Nor- 
folk. 



The Virginia Beaeh 
w.ll hold lis final event of 
sea.son with a cocktail-dance 
be given Friday evening at 
Princev; Anne Carr.t y Club. T^i 
party will begin at six o'clock aMi 
follow H!? danrin-; a rtinnrr «^ 
bf .ciTvt'd. 



I 



Personal AAentio^ 



Engagement 
Announced 

Mrs.' Addle Jones White of 
Knotts Island. N. C. announces 
the engagement of her foster 
daughter. Miss Jeanette Spain, to 
Louis H. Kennedy, Jr., son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Louis H. Kennedy of 
London Bridge. 

The wedding will take place on 
July 30. 



Peggy Madry 
Engaged To Wed 

Mr. and Mrs. James Thurman 
Madry of Virginia Beach and 
Scotland Neck, N. C, announce 
the engagement of their daugh- 
ter, Miss Peggy White Madry, to 
Nelson Logan Hunger, Jr., of 
Philadelphia, Penna., son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Nelson Logan Hunger, 
of Pittsburgh, Penna. 

An October wedding is planned. 



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Ann McLean 
Will Marry 
Ekiward Hanna 

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Pettit 
McLean of Virginia Beach, an- 
nounce the engagement of their 
daughter. Miss Ann Elizabeth Mc- 
Lean, to Kdward Bonner Hanna. 
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward 
Bonner Hanna of Newport News. 

Miss McLean attended John- 
son-Willis Hospital School of 
Nursing in Richmond. 

Mr. Hanna attended Virginia 
Polytechnic Institute, Bladcsburg. 

The wedding will take place in 
the summer.* 



Mrs. Robert Dale Taylor of 
I Birdnecic Point, announces the 
j engagement of her daughter, MLs.s 
{inane Eloise Taylor, to Lt. ijg> 

Marshall Whitfield White, USNR. 

son of Mr. and Mrs. James Frank- 
I lin White of Oxford. N. C. 

I Miss Taylor attended the Rich- 
mond Professional Institute. She 
is the daughter of the late Robert \ 
Dale Taylor. 

; Lieutenant White attended the 
I University of North Carolina and | 

i.s at present attached to the SLst 

Squadron at Oceana Naval Air ! 

station. ,^ 

The wedding will take place in 

the summer. 



Entertain 
At Cocktails 

Comdr. and Mrs. Lyie B. Ram- 
sey will entertain at a cocktail 
party on Sunday. May 29. in hon- 
or of their hou.se guests. Mr. and 
Mrs. E. Carroll Stollenwerk. of 
Greenwich, Conn., and Mr. and 
Mrs. James A. Shellenber^er of 
Philadelphia. 

The party will be given on the 
lawn of the Ram.sey home in Ca- 
valier Park and the hours will be 
from st.x imtiL nine o'clock. 



Bride - Elect 
Is Honored 



! Mrs. Henry C. Barton. Jr.. en- 
tertained la.st Saturday at a lun- 
cheon at her home on Cedar Cove 
Paim. Great Neck Road, in honor 

i of Miss Betty Wise East, whose 

[m.TrriaEje to Lt. Prank Ijtwrencp 

i Boushee, USN. will take place on 

'. Saturday. 

] Guests, in addition to the guest 

I. of honor, numbered ten. 



Mr. and Mrs. H. W. 
of Bay.si<te, now on a trip thr 
Florida, .^pent the weekend irt0 
M.'. and Mrs. John L. Ne^thl Kg fc 
in St. Petersburg. The Ne^hbo^ 
formerly resid-d in Lake WNOitm. 

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wood adf 
J. E. Wood, Jr.. of Bay Ocdonf, 
were among the weekend guesSi 
at The Homestpad. Virginia H^ 
.Springs. 

« •' « • 

Mr. and Mrs. William 4. 

Bruce spent last weekend fll 

Charlottesville. Mrs. Bruce was all 

attendant at the wedding tA Mip 

Eli.se Miles Gamble to John Pe»» 

rell Reed, m, whkh took pla^ 

in the University Chapel lagfc 

Saturday. * 

* • • i 

Mrs. Vivian Hodg.son. Jr.. spe^ 

several days last week in Rle^ 

mond with her aunt. Miss ntnift 

i Gray. \ 

I irontinaed on Page S, See. ky 



Dyer - Aldridge 
Invitations Out 

Mr. and Mrs. George Lemuel 
Aldridge have issued invitations 
for the marriage of their daugh- 
ter. Miss Agnes Juanita Aldridge, 
to Lt. Pintard Magruder Dyer, HI, 
U8AP. on Saturday, June 11. at 
four o'clock in the Virginia Beach 
Methodist Church, and for the 
reception that will follow at the 
home of the bride's parents at 415 
Twenty-second Street. 




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Chin until firm in refrigerator— 
not f r«e«li« unit — 30 to 60 min- 
utes, trnmold and garnish with 
MiUd gieens and serve with ad- 
Ational mayonnaiK if desired. 
Yield: 4 to 9 servinp- 



Ever since ah inspired cook 
discovered how to niake molded 
salads that would be ready to 
serve in an hour instead of half 
a day. tiomenaakers have loved 
the dish that was named "Souffle 
Salad" because it is so light and 
(ieliclcus. Here's the newe:t ver- 
sion, packed with fine California 
tuna, real mayonnaise and other 
good things. This recipe provides 
a main dish for warm days with 
• minimum of time spent in the 
kitchen. Make it early and tuck 
It away, or make it "last minute" 
when the unexpected but wel- 
come guest comes for dinner. 

California 
SOUFFLE SALAD 

1 pkg. lemon flavored gelatin 
1 cup hot water 
Vi ^up cold water 



2 tablespoon lemon luice 
],<! cup real mayonna^ 
1/4 teaspoon salt 

1 No. 'A can chunk style tuna 
Vj cup cooked green peas 
•4 cup chopped celery 

2 tablespoons chopped pimento 
y- teaspoon grated onion 

(optional) 

Dissolve gelatin in hot water. 
Add cold water, lemon juice, may- 
onnaise and salt. Blend well with 
rotary beater. Pour Into refrigera- 
tor freezing tray. Quick chill in 
freezing unit (without changing 
control) 15 to 20 minutes, or un- 
til firm about 1 inch from edge 
ibut soft In center. Turn mixture 
into bowl and whip wltji rdtary 
beater until fluffy. Pol(i in re- 
maining ingredients. Pour Into 1- 
quart mold or individual fnolds. 



For warm days, plan salad 
meals. The family will enjoy a 
6Aanse from the usual hot meals, i 
and keep you out of the kitchen 
too. Here are some other salad 
miggsstions: | 

SCARLET BEAVTT SALAD | 

1 quart k»nato aspic ' 
Salad dressing , 

2 3-oz. pkgs. cream cheese i 
1 cup chopped celery" ! 
1 tablespoon chopped pimento j 
1 tablespoon chopped green i 

pepper j 

K' cup choi^ted pecans | 

1 teaspoon lemon juice 

2 taUeqxmns gelatin 
Leituce 

Pour half the aspic into a ring 
mold and chin until firm. Blend 
K> cup salad dressing Into the 
cheese. Add next five ingredients, 
and the gelatin softened in '4 cup 
cold water and dissolve over hot 
water. Spread over firm aspic; 
chill until firm. Pour remaining 
aspic over cream cheese layer; 
ohlil again. When firm, unmold 
on lettuce; fill with small lettuce 
leaves and salad dres^sing. 



Miu Pawl Wyall 
Elected OHker of 
Soroptimirt Oub 

Mrs. Paul Wyatt cf AlMtton wa« 
elicted recording secretwiy of the 
Sorcptimlst &»t«m»ti(mid Chub ol 
Horfolk - Virginia Be«:h k»t 
Monday nl«ht at the eltlb's an- 
nual meeting held at the Down- 
town dulb In Worfofc. 

Other officers elected were Miss 
Agnes B.rsch. pre^dent; Mrs. W. 
C. Hrrtil, vice president: Mrs. H. 
C. Jordan, treaaiarer; Dr. Helen 
Taylor, board meniber to serve for 
three years, and Mrs. Bemice 
Thcm<ps(m, regional del^ate for 
two years. 

The club plans to hold the In- 
stallation of officers June 28 at 
the Princess Anne Country CTulb. 

The club will Inaugurate a read- 
ing program with books donated 
by the membership. Tills pro- 
gram will b3 held several times 
wt.kly in the Orandy Park Hous- 
ing project and would be open to 
girls between the ages o; 8 and 14. 

The club's annual trip to New 




GARDEN 
GUIDE 



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We hm* tward It said that a 
^nt depenito 9S% oo air and 
water for sueeeinbil growth. Thte 
might lead us to think that pro- 
ducing beautiful i^ants is rim- 
plt, kwt not providing the air and 
water frequently eauses anwt^ 
factory results. 

Air is neettod by the plants, not 
only at thhe atKwe-groimd area, 
where obviously no prcMem or- 
dinarily exists, but the under- 
ground parts as well. Ait the air 
demanded should be availaUe be- 
tween the snail soil particle. 
Large chambers of air wUl n(A 
promote root growth, in fact, they 
will usually prchittlt it becatne the 
roots die from lack of moisture. 
In cthir words, in planting a 
tree, shnib ■ or flower, chop the 

York to visit the United Nations i compactly around the roots wit^i- 
is planned for December 7. I out leaving air pockets. 

I If the underground part of the 

Th- -,K««,»:r.« ^«.«« »ith ita ' plant ntsAs air and yet we should 
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90-inch wlngspread, now numbers ""' Z^ZJz' KZ^f »♦ 4. m th* 
fewer than 25 In the U. S. All but *»* «"^ t^J™°lL il„°,*«1 
two winter on the Aransas Na- ! ^"f'„*lSf !J J^'^SJ tS 
tional Wildfire Refuge. Texas, and P'*'^'^''" that comprise the soil. 

migrate to nestli« groui^s In 



Qw tank of liquid to whkh the 
roots are growtag or by dn^nin« 
the %mA periodlcaUy to briefly 
e^oae ttw imts to air. 

Niorw that we imve seen that air 
and water are extrcaiely impcwt- 
Mit to iNant Ittt. how should we 
OMke then afallable? Add sand 
to heavy clay soils to increase 
pore 8P«:«. Add huni». top aoU 
and/or ekiy to samly soils to make 
them retain more m<dsture. Pro- 
vide drainage so tnat air is made 
availaUe. and when Mother Na- 
ture is shy Mxnit rainfall, get out 
the garden hose and water often 
(Old heavily. 

In this area we have had ser- 



HlghllffhU-.« the link 
the PMeral ClvU Detfense Ad- 
ministration and the Ground Ob- 
server Corps, a OOV observation 
post is now In opeavtlcm atop the 
FCODtA headquarters bulldins in 
Battle Creek. Miehlcan. 

The post is one ol the thou- 
sands being set up in the 48 
states by the Air Foree Utrough 
OOC to flU in the chinks in the 
radar and otftver warning' net- 
works that gmrd the country 



betiween I i«abBat mmprim attadi. 

Alrawfy equmied with tele- 
phones, the 9«« is sclMdided to 
get sound deteetw equipment, 
neeited irhen skies toaeoiMi av»- 
ea^ and the fog R^ aeron the 
heart (rf lAchisan from Hie Qteat 
LidMS. 

KJDA dtfleials have arraiwcd 
for the a«Bncy% wcurity oiflcen 
to approw passes for OOC eb- 
servers, who must use the Iwad- 
quarteni building's levators to 
reach the otoervation post. 



lous perio<to of (brought the laaA 
several years artd this spring has 
been quite dry. so the soil needs 
a lot of ad^tliHtal moisture. 



The fint <Ual exchanee In the 
Bell System w«s establMted at 
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ODrOEB ALE SALAD 

1 pkg. lime flavorsd gelatin 

1 cup hot water 

1 cup ginger ale 

1 cup diced sweetened peaches 

Va cup chopped nut meats 

Vt cup diced cel?ry 

Dissolve gelatin in hot water; 
add ginger ^e and chill until mix- 
ture Is slightly thickened. Fold in 



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remaining ingredients and turn 
into 1 -quart mold or individual 
molds. Chill until firm. Unmold 
on crisp lettuce. Serve with plain 
or whipped cream mayonnaise 
Yield: Six servings, y^ 



By all means try tife new apple- 
flavt.ed gelatin -/'make a Jellied 
Waldorf sa^ji^t's grand — all 
you do is^^:o follow the directions 
for making the gelatin and add 1 
cup chopped apples, '/j cup chop- 
ped celery and I'i cup chopped 
nut meats. Serve on crisp lettuce 
with mayonnaise. 

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These vacancies make up what 
soil scientists call "pore apace." 
A sandy soil, one that has com- 
paratively large soil particles, has 
about 65% pore space but a clay 
soil is more tightly packed with 
smaller particles and has about 
35"^ pore space. These particles 
which comprise our soil always 
are envtlcped with a very thin 
layer/of water — evan "bone dry" 
soil from the field has moisture 
in it. 

However, it is interesting to 
note that this moisture is not 
available to plants becauM it so 
tensely envelopes the soil par- 
ticles that roots cannot exert en- 
ough pull to remove the water. 
Pore space left after water has 
ibeen taken Into consideration is 
where the air Is found. Of course, 
extra water can fill these spaces. 
That is why good drainage Is Im- 
portant. If the soil is saturated 
with water, no air is available to 
roots and the plant may be killed 
by water suflceation. It is not the 
water that is harmful, but the 
lack of air. 

.Water Plants 

Perhaps the question arises, 
what about plants found In na- 
ture that live In water? They are 
adapted to utilizing the roiall 
amount of air that is dispersed in 
the water. Hydroponics or the a:l- 
ence of grbwlng plants in a li- 
quid solution usually provides for 
aeration by bi±bling air through 






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The whispering power of an 
Evinrude Fieetwin planing 
your boat through the 
water — a cooler of ice-cold 
bottles of Coke aboard for 
quick refreshment — could 
your family have fun! 

New opportunity to win an 
Evinrude! Enter this week's 
contest, starting Sunday — 
and next week's, too. Three 
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It's easy! Just complete 
(he statement: "I take Coke 



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Enter now! Look for your 
dealer's congest display of 
Coca-Cola in cartons and 
get an official entry blank 
giving all rules. Entries for 
this week's contest must be 
postmailced before mid- 
nighl, Sunday, May 22. 



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VIRGINIA BEACH SUN - NEWS, THURSDAY, MAY19,19SS 



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KEMPSVILLE 

AREA NEWS 

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PTA Canihril 
Privf s Swcest 

The Parent-Teacher Aaaoclatton 
carnival held on Setuarday. May 7, 
at the Kempsvllle BchotA was » 
decided sioccm. The affair braan 
at two o'clock with a paradi of 
five-point children, and was fol- 
lowed by athletic events, the win- 
ners being presented riibbons. 

Booths were set up m the 
school, with movie*, talent shows 
and auctions addli« to the festi- 
vities. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Oarrlott, 
Mrs. Howard Hendron and Mrs. 
William Wood were general chair- 
men for the carnival, and the pro- 
ceeds will be used in the purchase 
of playground equipment. 


SCOUT TROOP ENTERTAINS 
AT BUFFET SUPPER 

Boy Scout Troop 66 of Kemps- 
vllle entertained. at a buffet sup- 
per at the Community Building 
Saturday night, May 7, in honor 
of the mothers of the Scouts. 

Troop 66 is sponsored by the 
Kempsvllle Ruritan Club, and is 
led by Scoutmaster Leslie Smith. 



REMPSVnxe M ANMt 
OAIWEN CLUB TO MEET 

■me Kempsvllle Manmr Ctarden 
Club will meet Tuesday. May '24, 
at the home of Mrs. A. F. Wright. 
Jr.«, at 100 White Oak Drive. 

Mrs. Mabel O. Davis will speak 
on "flower Designing ami Drift- 
wdod." 

Members are requested to bring 
unclassified arrangements. 



FRIINDSHU^ CLAM 
ENJOTS CNJTINO 

The Friendship VMe Clam en- 
tertained the families of the 
members at an ouUntf Wednes- 
day night, May 11, at Carolanne 
Farms. Approximately 7S persons 
attended. 

-o- - 

aOfS IS BORN 

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. LassHer^of 
Qreenwich annoume the birth of 
a second son on May 10 at Leigh 
It^pmorial Hospital. Iforfott. 
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MISSIONARY SOCIETY 
MEETING TODAY 

The Woman's Misslomry So- 
ciety of the Kempsvllle Baptist 
Church will hold a qDecial pro- 
gram and prayer service for the 
NorloKt Association Mission Pro- 
gram today. May 19. at 1 :30 p. m. 
in the church. 

A special offering for mission 
work win be recelv^ at this meet- 
ing. 



ROYAL AMBASSADORS 
MEET TONIGHT 

The Junior Royal Ambassadors 
will meet tonight at six o'clock for 
a wiener roast. Following the fun 
the r^Iar bi-monthly meeting 
will be held. 



PER8<»f AL MENTimf 

Mr. and Mrs: R. F. Davei of 
Maple Hall had as their recent 
guests Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dixon 
and chlMren. Dennis. Larry. 
Vicky and Mark. The Dixons are 

from Wichita, Kansas. 

• • * 

Miss Donna Leigh Dorer spent 
last weekend with her parents. 
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dorer. She had 
as her guest Miss Lois Mortashed 
of Arlington. Both girls are stu- 
dents of William and Mary Col- 
lege, Williamsburg. 

• * * 

' Mrs. W. W. Johnson has return- 
ed to her home after being a pa- 
tient at Leigh Memorial Hospital. 

• * * 

Mr. and Mrs. Swindell Pollock 
and children. Dan and Frances, 
visited relatives in Klnston and 
Trenton, N. C, last weekend. 
While away they attended a re- 
union of the Pollook family at 
"Cliffs of the Neuse." State Park. 



Mrs. Charles Pitt has returned 
from a trip through the Smoky 
Mountains. 



Girl Scout Adult 
Leaders /Aeet 

The Virginia Beach Neigh«>or- 
hood Club of the Oirl Scouts held 
its regular monthly meeting May 
11 at the Community House, with 
Mrs. Lewis an 1th presiding. The 
meeting was opened with the 
reading of two poems by Mrs. Wil- 
liam Ray. 

Reports by troop leaders were 
heard and a progress report on 
the Girl Scout cookie sale was 
given by Mrs. Joseph KUlen. the 
cooloie sales dhairman. Cookies 
have been distributed to the girll 
and sales are going very well, 
Mrs. Killen said.' 

Plans were completed for a 
Brownie "fly-up" campfire rally 
to be held at Damp Llilkhom. on 
78th Street, Virginia Beach, on 
May 25 at 5:30 o'clock. This will 
be a nose-bag supper and troops 
will bring their own drinks. All 
Brownies who will "fly-up" to In- 
termediate Scouting are irrvited 
to attend with their parents. 

Mrs. Oladin, district director, 
made announcements of Interest 
to those assembled. The new 
scrapbook of clippings and pic- 
tures was exhibited by Mrs. John 
Tucker, scrapbook chairman. 

The meeting was the last one of 
the current year until Oirl Scout 
activities are resumed in the fan. 



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Dancing School Will 
Present Recital Friday 

More than 80 pupils of the Mar- 
tha Carr School of Dancing will 
be presented in their annual re- 
cital tomorrow night at the Vir- 
ginia Beach High School. The re- 
cital will begin at 8 o'clock. 

The Kiwanis Club of Virginia 
Beach is sponsoring the program 
on this date and the proceeds 
will b€ used for the club's youth 
programs. The public is invited. 



A Sunday evening group or old- 
er young people wlU begin Its ses- 
sions at the Virginia Beach Meth- 
odist Church on June 12, aocotxl- 
Ing to the announcement of Roy 
R. Jackson, chairman of the com- 
mission on education of that 
church. The group will seek to 
serve the spiritual aiKl fellowship 
needs of single young people In 
the community. The group wlU be 
open to all who wish to crnne and 
participate. 

Commenting on the new group, 
the Rev. C. Stanley Lowell, pastor 
of the church, said: "It occurred 
to us that this might be the very 
time to commence an activity at 
our church for young men and 
young wcanen of the community. 
We know that there are thous- 
ands of service men at the var- 
ious adjacent installations, some 
of whom would certainly be inter- 
ested. We know that many young 
women come to our community 
for the summer months to pro- 
vide services for our seasonal 
guests. The church is certainly an 
approprite place for these young 
people to congregate to enioy one 
another's company and to profit 
by a spiritual ministry. The 
Young Adult Singles Is another 
step by the Methodist Church to 
provide a complete youth pro- 
gram for all young people who are 
interested." 

Serving as hosts for the group 
are: Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Ba- 
vis, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vander 
Meer, Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. 
Hathaway, Mr. and Mrs. John T. 
Dailey. Also assisting the pro- 
gram are Mrs. Harvey S. Mulwee, 
Mrs. Carl M. Rau, Mrs. H. I. 
Palmer and Mrs. W. E. Welch. 



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DAR /Meets 
On Saturday 

The mmtm Amie ClM«>t«r of 
the Daughters of the American 
Revotetktn wiU meet Baturday. 
May M, "t 3 p. m., at the home 
of Mrs. I. W. irardy. at Btenps- 
vllle. 

A report on ttie Ccmtlnental 
Congress held recenUy In Wash- 
ington, D. C, win be given by 
Mrs. Rdbert B. Tynes. Chapter 
R«gent. Mrs. A. H. Bammm will 
give a review of her recent trip 
abroad. Music wlU be under the 
direction of Mrs. J. Bryan Dudley. 
AH m«Bbers are urged to attend. 



Fifidi Aiidiwy' 
Dance FiNbjr 

The final efwH ef Hm «■« 
social season to be Md IV I 
Virginia Beach Aasiuiily •• 

a eocktail-danee at the 
Anne Country Cluto 
May 20, fnwn tU>9p. 

A special Anner of 
tendertoln steak wUl be 
after the dance. Bev e ia ge s wBl 
provided during the hours of 
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■CiiLTY vmAmstEns 



m. m Ttmmnt to W. I. Sbm- 

a«f W. hMi ». M. at, Mock 
pM of «ani7 mook; tax 

AiMt Lw iliMKMM et tm to Sa- 
nMMr. Hdfcr. loc 3. Mock 5. plat 
«f MMr UTi^iift aeaeh Corp.; tax 



#. II. Billwiy. toe., to Theo- 
iMi f. JhdBMT et ux, part of 
iraM 3, ^t of Woo<B«wn Pann; 

m ft.i«. 

(Anrk* Dwaw nowers «t ux 
10 JMMi M. OoIUer. a paree) of 
•t biterae^lon itf Baylake 

udma*6. 

Clevelaiuf Peel et ux 
i» SMMtfd Wslfthal, pwrt of lot 
il^ lieatMl near Ooeana; tax 

Somph HnoM Martone et ux 
li» #0* K. Mtmndt et ux, lot 16. 



Week 7, plat of C<»inellla Shores, 
Sec. IQ; tax fl.iM. 
Joe K. Mcaide et ux to Bert 

C. WyWs ct ux, lot 16, block 7, 
1^1^ of Camellia Shores; tax $3\. 

Cokmj Const. Corp. to C3«orge 
N. Byrtl et ux. lot 23, plat of 
Kempsvllle Colony, Sec, 1: tax 
$24.75. 

John 1. St^s et ux to Freddie 
L. Teagle et ux, lot t5, plat of 
Acredale. Sec. 5; tax $19,50. 

North Alanton Corp. to WUUam 
T. Doyle. Jr., et ux, lot 73, phit 
of North Alanton; tax $36.75. 

Lee E. White et ux to Donald 
O. Milner et ux, lot ». plftt of 
Avalon Terrace extended; tax 
$38.20, 

J. Robert Burke et ux to JaiiMs 

D. WiUon, Jr.. et ux. lot llff, plat 
of Caipe Story By-the-Se«. idat 1; 
Ux $3.40. 



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ESTABLISHED 1934 



At^ey Harrla flMth et ttx t» 
Annie ft. Bell, tot m. Mode 3. 
plat of Tarrslltcm, Sec. 1; tax 
$17.36. 

Joaei^ D. Weaver, J»., it ux to 
Howard D. Pields et ux, lot t, 
U<wk 6. plat of Camellia Acres, 
part 1 of Bee. 3; tax f2«.70. 

Mary Risdle to IVn Moes et ux. 
parcel at kind located nmr Seik- 
tack: tax $8.80. 

Nartbeth, Inc.. to Ooodman-8e- 
gar-Hogui Resid. Sales. Corp., 
lot 4, Mock 1, plat oi CUMRte 
Acres, part 1 of Sec. 3; tax $3.18. 

Nanbeth C<»». to Ooo*nan-Se- 
gar-Hogan Resid. Sales Corp., 
lot 8, Mock I. plat of Camellia 
Acres, part 1 of Sec. 2; tax $2».70. 

Goodman - Ssgar - Hogan Re- 
sidential Sales Corp. to Ateemon 
S, Joyner et ux, tot 8, block 1. 
plat of Camellia Acres, part 1 of 
Bee. 3; tax $39,70. 

Coastal Const. Corp. to Wll- 
llan P. Herrlngton et ux, lot 9, 
block 4, plat of Baylake Pines, 
subdv. 1: tax $33.9». 

David I. Levine et ux to Henry 
A. Nichols, Jr., et nx. lot 7, block 
A, plat of Woodlbine; tax $3.75, 

New Home Car^. to Lillian V. 
Matlack et vir. tots 27. 28, 29. 
block 20. plat of Hollywood, Sec. 
A: tax $0.75, 

John W. Potter et ux to Wil- 
liam A, Awe et ux. a 48-acre tract 
In Great Neck: tax $28.35. 

Sidney S. Kellam rt ux et als 
to Edwin A. Schocn et ux. a par- 
cel near Oceana; tax $10.50. 
! George R. Wilson et ux to Al- 
' bert P. Rlkli et ux, lot 4, block 1, 






IMPORTANT NOTICE 

CITY LIC^NSEx— 19S5 

Merchants, Professional, and Miscellaneous City Licen- 
ses for the License Year Beginning May Ist 1955 Ending 
Atnril 3(MhlR)56, are now due and payable. 

Application blanks may be had in the office of the Comnnissioner of the Revenue, 
City Hall, and every assistance will be rendered in preparation of same. 

Liconto Ordlnanco roquirot filing of application and paymont of liconto during the 
month of May. 

£, Wi Stnitli 
Commissioner of the Revenue, Virginia Beach, Virginia 



Iriat of Roossvelt Gardens, See. 1; 
tax $14.%. 

Elsie C. Wade et vir to H. P. 
AlUn et al. a 7.138 acre tract at 
Morse's Point, Pungo Dtstrlct; tax 
$8.70. 

Charles E. Whits ct ux t3 W. I 
W. Ccbo et ux, lot 1. plat cl | 
Orickhouse Tract: tax $8.(K>. | 

Katherlne C. Kindred et als to \ 
North L'nkhorn Develop, Corp., ' 
site 151, plat of Llnkhom Park^ 
ux $9.75. ' 

Thomas McDonough et ux to 
Helen P. M. Foley, parts of lots 
18. 17. blcck 12. plat of Ubsrmetr; 
tax $37.50. 

Harry Klrshon et ux to Bebas- 
tina R. D3lmonico et ux. parts of 
lot 14. al lo: lot 13. block 97. plat 
of Virginia Beach Dsvelop. Co.. 
plat 8: tax $16.05, 

W. T. Mason et ux ct als to 
Rufus B. Reese et ux. lot 81, plat 
of Pair Meadows; tax $1.05. 

McGinnis Ind. Center, Inc., tc 
Powler T. Perkins et ux, lot 20. 
block A. plat of River Forrest 
Shores, Sec. 1; tax $2.40. 

G&S Corp. to L?wis Allen Rei- 
ser et ux, lot 22. blcck 11, plat of 
Raosevelt Gardens. Sec. II: tax 
$20.40. 

Camellia Hemes. Inc.. to Ray- 
mond Mason Bishner et ux, lot 12, 
block 3. plat of North Camellia 
I Acres. Stc. 2: tax $18.75. 

George H. Bull et ux to James 
C. Muncten et ux. lot 63, plat of 
Broad Bay Coloney; tax $4.95. 

G, B, Bryant et ux to Linwood 
Williams, Jr., et ux. sites F and 
O. near Greentwich; tax $0.73. 

R, W. Mears et ux to Peter Ca- 
'£on. lot J. plat of property near 
Greenwich; tax $1.50, 

Alfred Newbern et ux to John 
H, Doyle, Sr„ lots 8. 9. block 2, 
plat of Oceana; tax $10.95. 

Eastern Realty Develop. Corp.. 
to Robert D. Coult. °t ux. lot 33. 
plat of Bayville Park. Sec. 2; tax 
$15.00. 

Helen Gould Madison to Elliott 
E. Hoffer, lot 18, block 1, plat of 
Camellia Shores, Sec. 1; tax $30. 

Eastern Realty Develop. Coip. 
to Robert Lee Munn et ux, lot 11, 
block 4. plat of Baylake Fines, 
^ec, 1; tax $3.60. 

Ernest L. Spruill et ux to Frank 
.R. Singer, a parcel of land near 
Oceana; tax $0.75. 



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Elizab-th River Shores Holdlns 
Corp. to Vernon 8. Dewberry tt 
ux. lot 2. plat of Elizabeth River 
Shores; tax $8.45. 

Dewey A. BTlnn et ux to Geoite 
Sinkez et ux. lot 41. plat of Mea- 
dowbrook Poref.t, Sec. 3; tax 
$23.40. 

Esley Buinl»lou«h et ux to Cor- 
nelius J. Boyd et ux. lot 5, blodc 
5. plat of Baylake Pines, nibdr. 
1; tax $28.80. 

M. T, Tarrall, Jr.,-et ux to Cor- 
nelius D, Scully, lot 16. Woe k24, 
plat of Cape Henry. Sec. D; tax 
$4 05. 

Louis M. Cannon. Jr.. et ux to 
Raymond J. Pluto et ux. lot 21, 
hlcck 6. plat of North Camellia 
Acres. Sec. 2: tax $20.36. 

Robert P. Shlrey et ux to Lor- 
raine C. Shirey,. parts of lots 10 
and 12, all cf lot 14, block 137, 
plat of Virginia Beach Develop. 
Co.. plat No. 6; tax $15.00. 

E'more S. Baylor et ux to Hay- 
wccd P. Forbes, Jr., et ux. lot 
13. blcck J. plat of Bay Colony 
Dev., Sec. 1; tax $4.20. 

Raymond F. Ruett et al to Au- 
drey M. Mathews et al. parts of 
lots 25, 26, block 12, plat of Ches- 
apeake Park: tax $1,^, 

Louis Abramson et ux to I. J. 
Brcwn et ux. lots 31. 32. block 21. 
plat of E. Ocian View, Sec. 2. plat 
A; tax $10.50. 

William L. Wimmer, Jr., et ux 
to T. M. Bellamy. Inc.. parcel of 
land in Kempsville District; tax 
$2.25. 

E. V. Williams Co,. Inc. to 
Charles L. Plncus. Jr.. a 1.5 acre 
tract of land fronting on Water 
Works Road: tax $17.25. 

New Homa Carp, to Ray P. 
Tipton, lots 29, 30, block 4, plat 
of Hollywood, Sec. B; tax $0.80. 

W. T. Mason el ux et als to 
John L. Lindsay et ux, lots 87, 
88. plat of Fair Meadows; tax 
$1.50. 

Vosepii Louis Szabo et ux to Roy 
Lse Spradlin et ux. lot 8. block 
4. plat of Tarrallton, Sec. 1; tax 
$13.65, 

Lance E. Stike et ux to Donald 
R. Bunyan et ux, a half acre 
tract of land in Kempsville Dis- 
trict; tax $22,95. 

Ernest R. Hayes et ux to O. B. 
Harris et ux. lot 28. plat cl Lake- 
view Park, Sec, 4; tax $16.65. 



Cape Story ^-the-flwi, toe., to 
Charles P. YnOnaM, lots 486. 488, 
Wl. piat of Ctm Btorf B!jr-tli#- 
8m. i^t 3; tax $1.50. 

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VIRGINIA BEACH SUN - NE\A/S, THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1955 



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LtHMtCriM 
PMil MstebM 

Steond U. Wtutman Cross, n, 
Port Story's pistol king and a re- 
eoit BMntoer of th« U. 8. Army 
rMei Temn in the Tamper match- 
es, has iHit another notch in his 
gun by ccvsAm flrst place te the 
Bwond Army l^atol Champion- 
sMpa at Fbrt George G. Memlte. 
ICu^yland. 

At individual winner, the youi% 
Phllikl^hian fired the .4S calttwr 
pistol for a score cf 8X> points out 
of a poosiible iWO. 

Cross swept the field despite 
stiff eompetltkm from 250 con- 
testants. In three of the four 
matches he finished first, in the 
fourth he came in second. Later 
this month he returns to Fort 
Meade as a memlier of the Second 
Army Pistol Team which wilJ fire 
for practice in preparation for the 
All-Army Pistol Championships at 
Fort Benning. Ooorgla, beginning 
June 12. 

The FcTt Benning trials will de- 
cide which team Cress will repre- 
sent at the National nstol Cham- 
ptonshi|» to be held at Camp 



Ftrry. <%lo. in September. Al- 
ready a mcfafeer of the SeemMl 
Army team, he stands a good 
chance of making tiie AU-Army 
squad as he did last March for 
the National MMwiitter WMfdhm 
at Tunpa. 

Cross, a graduate of the Uni- 
versity at Vii^ima, Is auigned to 
the 812th Dukiw Company, a unit 
of the 54th TranaporUtl<m Bat- 
Ullon at Foit Story. 



Ml^ISS JliW M'cre Takt Tip Alice B. White Insurance Loans 
Awardi il Baby BMf Plljtet SIlW I Auends Virginia Prove Popula 



Firmrkt «HI 
Mark Opeaiag 
Of Seaside Park 

Fireworks are being planned for 
the opening of Seaside Park on 
Saturday. May 2<. In Mklltion. 
fireworks are scheduled for Sun- 
days. July 3 and September 4. 
The management might schedule 
other fireworks, depending upon 
the response of the. viewers. 

The ballroom this year, as in 
the past wto years, will be under 
ths management of Hal Welch 
and Al DeHanis and his popular 
orchestra wiH play throughout the 
season. 



MEREDITH DRUG 



Store No. 1 

1 7th and Pacific 



Store No. 2 
22 and Atlantic 



Complete Line Fishing Tackle Equipment 

YOUR CHOICE IN COSMHICS 

COTY, YARDLEY, REVLON, OLD SPICE 
Parker Pens, An^ity Bill Folds 

PHARMACIST ON DUTY AT ALL TIMES 



Members of the Princess Anne 
4-H Clubs engasira in the Betty 
Beef project took top honors at 
ttte recent Portsmouth Baiv Beef 
Stow. Miss Margaret SfeConnell 
— showing a l.ei5>pound steer— 
w<m grand champton of the show. 
Walter Humphries — showing a 
914-pound Angus — won Reserve 
Onuid (^MHOplon of the shorn. 

Other winnings by Princess 
Anne County were Margaret Mc- 
Connell. Champion Hereford, and 
Doui^ McCkmnel. who had Re- 
serve Champion Hereford. Walter 
Humphries wMi Champion Angus 
in the show and later went on to 
get Reserve Orand Champion 
honors 

The placing of all club mem- 
bers In the Angus class are as fol- 

bgng. 4inal 

Name wgt. wgt. 

A^argaet McConnell . 600 1015 

Walter Humphries .. 570 014 

Douglas McConnell ... 530 945 

Richard Basnight 445 758 

Larry Johnson 530 810 

Dan Humphries 545 967 

Jimmy Basnight 535 869 

Wayne Flora 545 900 

Billy Oliver 580 889 

Eddie OUbert 480 875 

Johnnie Williams . 525 870 

Danny Dudley 605 925 

Jimmy Barrett 522 800 

Al Basnight 480 82^ 

Edwin Seymore 480 759 

In the Hereford Heifer class. ! 
Richard Basnight placed first in : 
the class and won as first prize a 
registered Hereford heifer given 
by A. G. Pinikston of Land c: Pro- 
mise Farms. The Angus heifer 
presented by MUtton Mansfield 
and Edgar Winn was won by a 
member of the Norfolk County 
1-H Clubs. 

Dick Ccckrell, County Agent, is 
certain that the Baby Beef pro- 



low.s: Walter Hianphries. first; 
Richard BasnigHt. second; Jim- 1 
my Basnight. third; Larry John- ! 
son. fourth; Billy Oliver, fifth; 
Danny Dudley, seventh; Johnny 
Williams, sixth, and Jimmy Bar- 
rett, eighth. 

The placing of all club mem- 
bers in the Hereford class are as 
follows: Margaret McConnsl. first; 
Dcjslas McConnell. second; Dan 
Humphries, third; Waytie Flora, 
fourth; Eddie GilbJTt, fifth: Al 
Basnight. sixth, and Edwin Say- 
more, seventh. 

As economical beef production 
is an important factor in this 
Baby Beef project, the following; 
is a summary of the work done by 
the Princess Anne members in 
the project: 



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lbs. 


gain 


lb. 


total 


grade 


gained day price price breed 


415 


2.01 


57 


578.55 


H 


P 


344 


1.67 


43 


393.02 


A 


P 


413 


2.01 


40 


378.00 


H 


P 


313 


1.52 


32 


242.56 


A 


P 


280 


1.35 


31 


251.10 


A 


P- 


422 


2.05 


35 


338.45 


H 


P- 


334 


1.62 


30 


260.70 


A 


P- 


335 


2.00 


29 


261.00 


H 


C 


309 


1.5 


30 


266.70 


A 


C ^ 


395 


1.7 


27 


236.25 


H 


c- 


345 


1.67 


31 


269.70 


.\ 


c 


320 


1.44 


34 


314.15 


A 


c 


278 


1.39 


30 


240.00 


A 


c- 


342 


1.71 


29 


238.38 


H 


o- 


279 


1.57 


24 


182.16 


H 


+ 


ject cf 


1955 


has 


been a trenmen- 


dous success 


and 


\z looking 


.for- 


war dto ano 


bher 


prosperous 


year 


in 1956 













"Turkey Tour" 

Dr A M Hitt. president of the 
Virginia Turkey A«ociatlon. and 
the members of the association. 
are basts to Alice ft-ewer White, 
woman's director of WVBC-TV. 
and two sco«-e other news|»per, 
radio and television women per- 
sonaiilies. today and tomorrow 
during the second annual "Tur- 
key Tour." at the Big Meadows 
: Lodge on Skyline Drive. 

' HeloLse Parker Broeg. Boston's 
famous "kitchen philosopher" 

' known to thousands cf New Eng- 
land listeners as Mother Parker, 
will disclose the secret cf her cul- 
inary success in a talk this after- 
noon before memA>ers of the Vir- 
ginia Turkey Association and their 
guests who are paying a visit to 
Vlrglnia'.s 'turkeyland." Associa- 
tion members want all the world 
to know about the revo'jtionary 
divelopments that have taken 
place in their industry to' make it 
possible for the homemaker to 
serve delicious turkey in June and 
January as well as at Thanks- 
giving and Christmas. 

Speakers at the briefing ses- 
siori which will be held this eve- 
ning will be Edwin W Stillwell, 
Washington. D. C. president of 
Farm Market Relations. Inc.; 



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Nt\:work television programs, 
which mow reach 260 stations in 
161 cities, travel between stations 
ever the voice highways used for 
long distance telephone calls. 



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Plant: 6818 Va. Beach Blvd. at Davis Corner 

"WE REPAINT NEON SIGNS" 



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Virginia Jalousie Co. 



The original name in 
JALOUSIES in the 
Tidewater area. 



Talk to our customers . . . 
our best advertisement. 



Call 2262 or come by our 
shop on Laskin Road, [ust 2 
miles from Virginia Beach. 



Join the ranks of home 
owners who have a mod* 
ern home. 




Virginia farmers are usmg near- 
ly .seven million doUar.s in Ions 
term loans made available by the 
Equitable Life Assurance Soriety 
of the United Statt.s. it was an- 
nounced this week by A. H. Ben- 
nett, regional loan supervisor, 
frcm his headr.'jarters in Raleigh. 
N. C. 

Al th*" end cf 1954 there were 
672 Eqaltabk fann loans out- 
.itanding in the .state, and of this 
num>ber 134 were m w loans made 
during the year to ttie farm com- 
munity. 



COLONY RESTADRANT 
FAME SPREADS AFAR 

A L-ouplo from. New England 

wrote a very complimentary note 

to the Colony Restaurant after 

\ enjoying One of their famous 

meals. 

The couple. Dr. and Mrs. N, 
John Colombo, of Hud-.>n. Mass , 
had this to .say: "We wtro told 
1000 mlrs away this food was 
uood but the de.'crlpticn wa.s not 
adequate. Supeib vw^at a ■;( ik' ' 

This is the rea"tl',n n! 
cally everyone who visits , 
Beach's cutstandinj: Cnl- ny R"^- 
taurant The Calcny l.s lc;atPd on 
Atlannc Avtnup in the Jcffcr.ion 
Hotel Ejildintr. adv 



The familiar "Blue Brit" 
blem of Om BvQ telqdMW 
tern iS 65 ye^ra Al tftU : 
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BAMS 

Frir Athlete'* Fowl— Kac W« 
Htsulh V ' ■ " 
nr Moaey 

Far the treatment of ikiri letiMk 
j:.»ss:d .t^ rungiis infectens waek 

.u .iihlcle's fiwt. ring worm, je^ 
II. h .iful dobie itch. 

raicr si.«t 

Mifd ;it ilufTcH'f fhamary 
;iHd all IcadihK Draf 9l6tm 

r. (.lY Roanrmw 

U.h £ Vtiantir • ftili A AdnMi 



St3phen K. Urner. of the Poultry 
and Egg National Board, and 
Chester C. Housh. Elktcn. Va.. 
president of the National Turkey 
Federation. 

The tour tnmorrcw will take the 
visitors through the biggest tur- 
key prcducing center in the East. 

i where they will observe the entire 

' life cvcle of the small famlly-«:ze 
Beltsville White gcbhler. which 
made its debut in Virginia just a 

! few years ago and quickly won 
popularity throughout the coun- 
try. 

I This will be Mrs. White's second 
vi-it to the famous "turkeyland" 
and h?r imprtisicn.s. photos and 
interviews will be heard and .seen 
en the Alice Brewer White Show 

i on Monday. ^T'-v ■^^ at: 1? noon. 
over WA^C-TV. !. 1 .:,. 



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When you buy insuronco • • • 




• • • buy from on agent • • • 

. . . who is as close to you as tho noorCst 
phone, ready to help you on any insurance 
problem regardless of the hourjDr day. 



When you need an immediate answer, you don't want 
to write letters and wait days for your answer. This 
agency prides itself on its readiness to help you at three 
o'clock in the morning as well as three in th« crffir- 
noon, on every day of the week, in any kind of weather. 

KELLAM-EATON INSURANCE Co. 

.•jftffer. Phone 1 56 3113 Pacific Ave. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 



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rPAlO POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT. 



POLITICAL MEETING 



LiniE CREEK SCHOOL 

. (On Little Creek Road - Route 168) 




HEAR 

J. HUGH BARNES, Jr. 

INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF 



J. HUGH BARNES, JR. 



May 19th 



8:00 p. ■. 



9. 



If You Art> lnlt'r«'9it«'d In Tht^ Truth 

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And liiood dioverii iiiriit loii Should 

Attend Tliis^ Meeting 



I he Public and all Candidates are cotxlialfy 
Invited to attend this meeting 



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VIRGINIA BEACH SUN - NEWS, THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1955 



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cvEmniiiY 

■ELI«IOM 



By 

Mintstinr, 

Virginia B«>«ch 

Methodist Chxirch 




60» woirr — wt cah 

^d irfll nemr gtv« up on s 
tout man can give m> cm 
eV. Once upon a time, ac- 
ta the anctent story. Ood 
Ml get "fed up" wiUi man. He 
out the whole race except 
one faoiily. WlUi tltat family 
• atarted over. 

Ood soon CMfie to amJht fu- 
at wiping out humaAy and 
over. The troiMe was 
ttie n#ir erop hMl the tame 
as the old. So Ood pro- 
He would never destroy 
agato. He put His bow in 
aa a seal upon tl»t pro- 
I. Ood can be counted on to 
tMP Hte word. He will never de- 
ttmr the hiamui race. But the 
raee can destroy itself. 



the statement that men can 
dBBtfOy themselves — all of them 
— to literally true. I!t has never 
tme befbre, tout it is true 
Hie devastation wtiich 
confliet could cause in ur- 
'm really oidy a minor 
of Its potential destructlve- 
Tbe deadHness of the "faO 
from atomic explosions has 
cmnlneingly demonstrated 
fey fbe death of men and the oon- 
taaitnatton of their food siqiply 
tfA when tlwy were far outside 
Oie s»«alled danger area. These 



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facts which the government ori- 
ginally tried to suppress are now 
generally known. The contamin- 
ation of death can now be quick- 
ly spread over vast areas of the 
workl's surface, or. Indeed, over 
all of it. 

We are within sight of a con- 
flict which could bring death to 
an animal life and all human be- 
ings as well. 

The Wn to Live 

Whether or not men will com- 
mit this final sacrilege we do not 
know. The point is that they now 
have the power to do it. 

We must constantly hope am! 
pray that men will (tecide to live 
rather than die. If they do choose 
life, howev^, they must have a 
rea«>n for doing so. With men 
the mere instinct to survive is not 
enough. Animals struggle to live 
because they know nothing else. 
Human beings can and sometimes 
do commit suicicte. We do not live 
to be living; we must live to a 
purpose or we die. 

If, then, we are to go on liv- 
ing, we must have strong and 
clear in our hearts the reason lor 
living. We must have a motiva- 
tion so c<»npelling that we shall 
close our ears to the siren lure of 
doom and drive courageously on. 
The Why of Uvliig 

For what shall men live? "Labor 




OF THE WEEK 



By Rev. Ernest K. Emurian 
SrOfillS OP BiST- LOV[D HYMNS 



TILE MARBLE 



FLAGSTONE 



eROVER J. SWAIN TILE CO. 

SHOWER DOORS, MEDICINE CABINETS 

213 -24th St. ' 

Va.lMch Phone 3472 



COME THOU 
POUTfT OP EVERY BLESMNO 

"Give her some liquor, boys." 
the young man said. The poor 
gypsy woman was already so 
drunk she could hardly stand on 
her feet. But the wild and reck- 
less young man was determined 
to get her even more drunk. 

"I^ur it Into her. ana *e'll 
get her to tell our fortunes." 17- 
year-old Robert Robinson shout- 
ed. The other piled her with more 
intoxicants until she agreed to 
predict their futures for nothing. 

"She doesn't know what she's 
saying; she's drunk," one rowdy 
eirclaimed, after she had prophe- 

not for the food that perishes," 
JesuS" said. If we live for what 
perishes we shall perish, too. To 
labor and live for what perishes is 
obviously not worth the effort. 

We are not to live for the world; 
we are to live for Ood's purpose 
at work in the world. The mean- 
ing of life is not in things; it is 
in our relation to what God is 
doing with them. Our God is 
marching on. We live that we may 
march with Him. 

There is a great deal of talk 
these days about the importance 
of having God on our side. What 
really matters, though, is that we 
shall be on God's side. For all 
sides are comprehended in Him. 
To share the eternal purpose 
God's Son reveals, to see that 
purpose marching through history 
and ourselves marching with it — 
this is the only real sense there is 
to life, it's only sure motivation. 



6ARKN-FRESH RH)D 
AIL YEAR lONC! 



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AN B.ECTRIC FOOD FREEZER is another definite step f<v« 
ward in woman's emancipation from household drudgery. 
When you have one it's almost like having a magic wand 
which can be waved over fresh foods with the command, 
"Stay just as you are until I need you!" For that, in eflFect, 
is what freezing does. It takes fresh foods at the peak of 
goodiKss and keeps them for weeks, months or even a year. 

WHEN YOU HAVE AN aECTRIC FOOD FREEZER you can 

eliminate the Ihree-times-a-day grind of food preparation 
. , . cut food shopping trips to one a week, or one every two 
weeks . . . buy in quantity when foods are plentiful and 
prices are low. Even sales prices! 

ACTUALLY you can pay for your Electric Food Freezer on 
v^hat you save in food bills. So don"i w ai; ^ ; v.r licctric 
Appliance Dealer right away. 




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»MIA QHnWAND IHnillER GQII^ 



eled that evU forttme Mralted 
him. 

"You might to know," Roblmcm 
related. "You gave it to her." 

Turning to Che self-aivointed 
leader, the trieary-eyed gypsy 
pointed a quivering innger and 
said, "And you, yoimg man, you 
will live to see ytmr children and 
your grandchUdren." 

Robii^on suddenly paled, and 
said, "You're right. She's too 
drunk to know what ^e's saying. 
Leave her alone. Let's go.' 

But her words haunted hkn the 
rest of the day. "If Im goimc to 
live to see my children and my 
gramtehlldren," he thoi^ht, "I'll 
have to change my way of living. 
I can't keep on like I'm going 
now." So that very night, hatf in 
fun and half seriously, he took 
his gang to an open-air revival 
service neartyy wl»re the famous 
evangelist. George Whitfield, was 
preaching. "Well go down and 
laugh at the poor deluded Metho- 
dists," he explained. 

Aiesnge soa^ieo Rfn 

But the spirit of God was al- 
ready at work* in the troubled 
heart and confused mind of the 
wayward youth. That night Whit- 
field preached from Matthew 3:7. 
"O generation ol vipers, who hath 
warned you to flee from the 
wrath to come?" 

The messi«e sobered and fright- 
ened him at the same time. He 
felt that the preacher was speak- 
ing to hbn and only to him. On 
Tuesday, Decraiber 10, 1755, two 
years and seven months after he 
heard that sermon. 24-year-old 
Rot>ert Robinson made his peace 
with Ood, and "found full and 
free forgiveness through the pre- 
cious blood of Jesus Christ." He 
later wrote the preacher who had 
first convinced him of his sin- 
fulness, "I confess it was to spy 
the nakedness of the land I came 
— to pity the folly of the preach- 
er, the infatuation of the hearers, 
and to abhor the doctrine. I went 



pitying the poor delucted Metho- 
dists but came away envying their 
happlne»." 

Joining the Methodists, and 
feeling the call to preach, self- 
taught R(4>lnson was appointed 
by John Wesley to the Calvinist 
Methodist Chapel, Norfolk. Eng- 
land. There, for the celebration 
of Pentecost (Whit Sunday), in 
1858, three years after his mar- 
velous conversion, he penned his 
spiritual autobiography In these 
lines: 

Come, thou fount of every bless- 
ing. 
Tune my heart to sing thy grace; 
Streams of nsercy. never ceasing. 
Call for songs of loudest praise. 
Teach me .some melodious sonnet. 
Sung by flaming tongues above: 
Praise tlw mount — I'm fixed up- 
on it. 
Mount of thy redeeming love! 

Recalling that Samuel, after a 
battle in which the Philistine 
enemy had twen routed, took a 
stone, and "set it between Mizpeh 
and Shen, and called the name of 
It Ebenezer, saying, "Hitherto 
hath the Lord helped us" (I Sam- 
uel 7:12), he felt that he should 
raise a spiritual Ebenezer in his 
own heart to commemorate the 
victory of Ood over Satan three 
years earlier. Realizing that it was 
only by God's help that he had 
been saved and dedicated to the 
ministry, he wanted that "sym- 
bolic stone" to remind him that 
"hither by thy help I'm come." So 



he wrote a 
t^ese lines: 



stanso containing 



Here I'll ral.se my Bbenewr. 
Hither by thy help I'm come. 
And I hope by thy good pleasure 
Safely to arrive at home. 

This hymn, ptrt>lished a year 
later in a volume entitled, "A 
collection of hymns used tsy the 
Church of Christ in Angel Alley, 
Bi^hopsgate," became the most 
popular one Robinson ever wrote. 

In December of that same year, 
he wrote a Christmas hymn at the 
personal request of a lad in his 
congregation. With slight adap- 
tations to make it appropriate 
for adults to sing, we know it as 
"Mighty Ood, while angels bless 
thee, May a mortal li.sp thy 
name?" 

At various times a Methodl.st. 
an "open communion" Baptist, an 
Independent and a Unitarian, he 
is spoken of as a rare preached 
who could say "what he pleased, 
when he pleased and how he 
pleased." The author of numerous 
books, he had to buy a farm and 
manage it one the side in order 
to provide for the needs of his 
growing family. He died as he 
wished to die, on June 9, 1790, at 
the age of 55, "soft, suddenly, and 
alone." 



OCCfHM PTA If 

Sec Operetta 

The progTMB for Khe Oceana 
Parent-Teacher Association meet- 
ing on Tuesday, May 34, should 
be of persMial interest to many 
{Mrents and entertaining to all. 
The fifth, sixth and seventh 



grades will prewnt the opiretta, 
"Polly Mflke BeHere." directed by 
Miss Jane BnoMh, music teacher. 
There wi» be a slwrt businesB 
meeting precedlne the opereWa. 
This meeting will start at 7:30. in- 
stead of taie usual 8:00 o'cloclc. 
Mrs. E. C. SAinsfieltf will rep(Mrt 
on the questionnaire sent out to 
parents last ntonth.. 



TiM average food retailer earm 
one cent on each dollar of sales. 



The American Cancer Society 
urges everyone to learn the seven 
danger .signals that may mean 
cancer, and which should always 
mean a visit to the doctor. 



JARVIS and KITCHIN i 

GENERAL INSURANCE 

1 7TH a PACrFIC PHONE VA. BEACH 363 
Have You Paid Your Poll Taxes? 



SAVE ^IGO" 

On trancf Ntw 3/4 Ten iMux* 

AIR CONDITIONERS 

(TiMf noflffflt Hcsl Wmoow Unitsi 

Two Only — You Pay 

$219.00 

This is way, way Below wholesafo. Act qukkly en 
this one. It will not be rapeafedl 

Choose Ironf Admiral, Emorson, Phike, Wetting- 
house. 

Louis L. Fox 

TELtVISION . APPLIANCES 

SALES - SERVICE 

"You can't buy better service or deal with Friendlier 
people anywhere." 

226 • 17th St. (Next to VEPCP) Call 3366 






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Alive Iff looks Alive in power Alive in feofores 




Jy car m its fiefcf 
ilh Body by Fidier 

You can't get any more life in automobile 
styling Ihan Chevrolet's '.'Body by Fisher." 
Those three words say all the nice, reassur- 
ing things you can say about automobile 
bodies. "Body by Fisher" is found in many 
of America's most luxurious cars. 



A new V8 and two new Sixes readh new 
highs in fiorsepcwer and perfonnance 

You certainly want life in your engine. And 
with the choice of power-thrillers that Chev- 
rolet offers you this year, you've got what it 
takes to carry you into a whole new world 
of motoring confidence and pleasure. How 
about trying the V8 soon? 



Nftver feund on a cor of Chevr^ef 's 
price before 

Anti-dive braking that means heads-up 
stopping. 12-volt etectrical system delivers 
twkre the punch. Ball-Race steering makes 
steering and parking easier. But try these 
tilings for yourself. Let us airai^ a dem- 
onstratKHi soon. 




SALES LEADER FOR 19 STRAIGHT YEARS 



CLARK CHEVROLET CORP. 

605-607 Seventeenth St Virginia Beach, Va. 



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Mrs. liOmlne Trienn^tr, 0upt. 

of GiMsrcli School. 
16'MA.M.—Ctimrth Bchodi 
ll:«»A.M.-4ilorMnf WorsMp. 

T.mr.M^--Wfmm Womup. 

7:M P. If . Tttosctoy— Y J'.C. 

▼Me. 
W« Bcv* Ootk«« PMytr lieettn«s 

mouinuifimi. ^ 

aaOi »^l»itl <i. Tirgtt lte BMWft 

fMiiiml of a« CoMMMtlMi 

Werner Wum. Charch fleho<rt 

. tiuperintcndont. 
1«:MA.M.— fliBMHiy ServiceB. 
•:00A.II.8iBMla]r and 8:00 P.M. 

PrUtay— Bventtw Worship. 
Durtiif SDHUMr aeaton dftOy aer- 

vkSM f :M A. M. — tfroilnf ■ 

•t MUMloim. 



Meeting in Bftyttde aehook, m. 



IS. 



»:M a. tt.— ainMMy 8ei 
10:« •. m.-^Honiing Worship. 
7:^p.tt.— Monday-' Chi Kho 
mioirah4»- 



Star oftte Ses 
CATflOUC CnVBCH 

141th «M Aretie Oreie 

Niel^as 1. Habeta, Pastw 
t:0e A. M. — 10:30 A. M.-Cate- 
ehlsm clan for children on 
eatufdays. 
flunday Maases-'Winten 8, 9:30 

and 11 A. M. 
Summer season— 7:30, 9:00, 10:00, 
11:00 and 12:00. 
7:30 P.M. Thursday — Novena 

fiervloea and Benediction. 
8:00 P. M. Monday— InformaUon 

Class for adults. 
4:00 - 5:00 P.M. and 7:00 - 8:00 
P.M. Saturday — Confes- 
sions. 



rf . jonrs nitrnvt ^tmcm 

prineeas iUme Conrt Hoase 

W. J. Mea*y. ■>. »• 

(PastMai ftippiy) 
p. Oregory 

Chweh School Superintendent 
10:00 a. m.— Churdi School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning W<Hrahfip. 

«:00p.m.— B. T. U. 
Women's Mlssl<mary Union meets 
first Wednesday, 10:00 a.m., aftef 
first Sunday. 

Nursery. Prmwlry A Intemwdlate 
departments meet at 10:00 a.jn. 

SAuai METnoDisv cmmcn 

Princess Anne. Virginia .... 
««▼. Mkhmrt H. Mspboii 
WUUam h. Spence 
Church School Superintendent 
10:00 a.m.-^MOrnlng WorMlp. 
11:00 a.m.— Church School. 
Methodist Youth Fellowship on 
alternate Sunday evenings. 



ChttKh school si^ermcendent 
9:46 a. m.—Ometih Sdiocrt. 
ll:9» a.m.— iiomMV WaMUp, 
7:S9 p. tt.— YOOtti fWMiraMj^ 



^ HflWil f EII 

rtmammMutit cavmcm 

Unaaamnn inuate 
tmmtm* C. fttaa 
3. n. Bant, Cbvath 8ebO(M Boper- 

ipian^iit. 
10:00 •.«v— Cliweh Seiiooi. 
11:00 a.m.^-llonUBc WorsMp. 
8:30 p.m.— Youth Peuonaup. 
8:30 p.m.— Pioneer fWMUnUp. 
1:» p.m.— i^«nti« Woni^. 



Bvangelieal 

LtrraeEAN cHtmcH 

Of iiie CkMd Shepherd 

' services at Community House 
18th and Baltic Avenue 
Jo^ David Kelster. Pastor 
H. O. Erhard, Church School Supt. 
9:45 a.m.— Sunday School. 
JllrOO a. m.— Worship Service. 



Galilee 
EPISCOPAL CHVBCH 

Atlantic Avenue at 18th Street 
EAnand Berkeley, Pastor 

Francis M. Williams, Jr., Supt. of 
Sunday School; Mr. and 
Mrs. J. Douglas Hubard, co- 
Supts. of Primary Depart- 
ment; Mrs. B. D. tllsher, 
Nursery Dept. Sup. 

u:00 A.M.— Holy Communion. 

9:80 A.M.— Morning Prayer and 
Sermon. 

9:30 A.M.— Junior-Senior Dept. 

11 : 00 A JIA.— 'Nursery-Primary De- 
partment. 

11 :00 A.M.— Morning Prayer and 
Sermon. First Sunday of 
month. Holy Communion at 
11:00 A.M. 

. 6:00 P.M.— Y.P J". 

llo^ days are celebrated at 10:30 
A.M. with Holy Commun- 
ion. 



dflftANon. 
EPISCOPAL cmmcm 

Kempovilie 

■«▼. JMeumier ftaaei 

Morris Alley, Church Schocd Supt. 
8:00 a.m.— Hc^ Coamranum. 
10:00 a.m.— ChiHch School. 
11:00 a. m.— Morning Prayer and 

Sermon. 
11 :00 a. m.— Holy Communion and 

Sermon on first Sunday. 
8:00 p.m.— Wednesday during 
Lent, Evening Wonh4>. 



(Quaker) 
PftlEllDS MEETtNO 

113 Plnewood Road 
Home of Louise and Bob Wilson 
Sunday— 7:00 P.M. 



First 
l>RESB¥TElt|AN ClfpilCH 

netflt: AirMiie at Mth Street 

.... Robert P. Davis. Pastor 

Charles H. Hltchlngs, Church 

School Suptermtendent. 
9:00 A. M.— Morning Worship. 
10:00 A. M.— Church School. 
It :15 A. M.— Morning Worship. 
6:30 P.M.— Junior fellowship. 
6 :30 P. M.— Senior HUowshlp. 
10:80 A. M. Tueeday-4>myer ^nd. 
UrBOP.M.— 3rd and 4th Monday 

—Women of the Chureh. 
7:00 P.M.— 4th Wednesday -7 

Men's Club^ 
3:30 I^M. Tuesday— Brownies. 
1:MP.M.3nd Wednesday —Boy 
Scouts. 



OCEAN PARK CHAPEL „ 

Rt. 1. BOX 83. Virginia Beach. Va. 
Bev. W. Leonard Mor^iy. D. D. 

Mrs. Winston Ath^V 
Church School Superiitendent 
9:4S a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 

KempsvlHe 
BAPTIST CHimClf 

Route 2. Box 287, Norfolk, Va. 
AmoM B. Bknuit, Pastor 

w7 H. Pierce 

Church School Superintendent 

8:45 a.m.— Morning Worship. 

9:45 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a. m.— Morning Worship. 

7:00 p.m.— B. T. U. 

8:00 p.m.— Evening Wortiilp. 
Youth Fellowship following eve- 
ning worship 

THAUA - LTNNHAVEN CHARGE 

(Methodist) 

Route 1. I^nnhaven, Va. 

E. E. Cox, SoBply Pastor 

Russell Browne 

Church School Superintendent 

9:45 a.m.— Church School. 

11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship at 

Italia each Sunday. 
3:00 p.m.— Worship Service at 
Lynnhaven ist, 3rd Sundays 
7:00 p.m.— Youth Fellowship. 
7:30 p.m.— Choir practice Mon- 
days. 
W.S.C.S.— second Thursdays. 

Charity 
METHODIST CHtmCH 

Batik Bay. Virginia 
John W. Morrison, Pastor 

Fred B. Harrell 
Church School Superintendent 
10:00 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a. m.— Morning Worship. 

Scott Memorial 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Courthouse Road, Oceana, Va. 

Rev. W. N. Raney. l*astor 

R. P. Wright 
Sunday School Superintendent 
9:00 a.m.— Early Worship. 
9:50 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. , 
6:80 p.m.— Youth Fellowship. 
8:00 p.m.— Evening Worship. 
7:00 p.m.— 6aturday: Interme- 
diate Fellowship. 
(Nurset-y for all morning services) 

Nimmo 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne, virgihla 

Rev. Riehard H. SlMttimi(|» ^twr 

O. Murray Mntibott 

Church School Superintendent 

10:30 a.m.— Church Schbol; 

11:30 a.m.— Morning Worship, on 

3nd and 4th Sundays. 



EASTERN SHORE CHAPEL 

(Episoopai) Lattm Road 

Rev. Hmry C. Barten, Jr. 

U. Cmdr. O. R. Berkeley, Church 
School Superintendent. 

9:45 a.m.— Church School. 

9:45 a.m.— Adult Study Group. 

9:45 a. m.-^Nursery, kindeTg'tn. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 

6:00 p.m.— Youth Peuonrsli9- 



OLD DONATION 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

Rt. 1, Box 63B, Bayside, Va. 

Rev. Bevertey D. Taek», it. 

Robert L. Beaie, Church School 
Superintendent. 

9:45 a.m.— Chuch School. 

8:00 a.m.— Holy Communion. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Prayer. 

7:30 p.m.— Youth Fellowship. 

7:30 p.m.— Evening Prayer. 



EAST OCEAN VIEW 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Ninth St. St Pleasant Ave. 

R. Allen Brown, Pastor 

W. E. Allmond, Church School Su- 
perintendent. 

9:30 a.m.— Church School. 

11:00 a. m.— Morning Worship. 

6:30 p.m.— Pioneer fteUowshlp. 

6:30 p.m.— Senior Hi Fellowship 

8:00 p.m.— Evening Worship. 

6:00 p. m.— Tuesdays, Fellowship 
Supper. 

7:00 p. m.— Tuesdays, Prayer ser- 
vice and Bible Study. 



BAYSIDE BAPTIST CHAPEL 

Hobbins corner. Bayslde, Va. 
Second Floor. Overton's Marekt 

John R. Wright. Pastoe 

Box 367. Bayside. Va. 

J. Earl Jarfeli. Sunday school Su- 

permtendent. 
9:45 a. m.— Sunday School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 
6;30 p.m.— Training Union. 
8:00 p.m.— Evening Worship. 
8:18 p.m. Wednesday — Prayei:^ 
and Bible study. 



Virghiia Beach 
METHODIST CHURCH 

IBth Street near Atlantic Avenue 
' C. Stanley LowcH. Pastor 

fcubrey N| Holmes. Chufth School 

Superintendent. 
I. Harold Vest. Choir Director. 
9:00 a. m.— worship Service. 
9:00 a. m.— Classes for children 
Nursery thru Junior Dept- 
10:10 ».m.— ClassM for all ages, 
Kurseryttiru Adult Division. 
11:00 a.m.— worship Service. 
6:00 p.m.— Youth BVllowship. 

ftet 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

35th Street and Arctic Avenue 
W. O. Bond, Pastor 

8:30 A.M.— Family Worship. 
9:45 A. M.— Church School. 
11:00 A. M.— Morning Worship. 
7:00 P. M— B.T.U. 
B:8«P.M.— Ev^lng Worship. 
7 :00i P. M. Wedmsday— 'Teacher's 

meeting. 
11:00 A.M. 1st Thursday— W.M.8 

Circles General Meeting. 
l:00P.M.^CUt> Scouts. OaU the 

Church. 



Oak Grove 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

Back Bay, Virginia 
WIUiapi^A. Rlchardiott. JPasUw 

Curtis J. Anseii 
Church School superintendent 
9:45 a. m.-'-Church School. 
11:00 a. m.— Mornihg Worship. 
8:00 p.m.— E^ning worship. 
7:45 p.m. Wednesday— Prayer 

and Study Period. 
WM.S. meets 2nd Mondays, 8 p.m. 

Tabemaete 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Piincess Anne, Virginia 

Box 200. Lynnhaven, Va. 

Rev. RIcharii H. Shaptand 

Fttshugh L. Dowdy 

Church School superintoident 

11:30 a.m.— Church School. 

1:30 p. m.-4tlorning Wtmhip, on 

1st and 3tti Sundays. 
Youth Fellowship alternate Thut«> 
days evenings by appoint- 
ment. 



MOUNT OUVB 

BAPTIST CHURCH 

Rev. W. P. Jones. Pastor 

J. W. snarpe. cnurch ucnool su- 
perintendent. 

9:30 a. m.— Church School. 
11:30 a.m.— Morning Worship. 

7:30 p.m.— Evening Worship. 



BEECH GROVE 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne 

WllUam E. Barber. Pastor 

R. H. West, Sunday School Supt. 

10:00 a.m.— Church School. 

11:00 a.m.— Mornmg Worship, on 

2nd and 4th Sundays. 
7:00 p.m.— Evening Worship on 
3rd Sunday night. 



ilrst 
ASSEMBUY OF GOD 

Woodlawn Ave. uid 32nd St., Ext. 

T. Buta* Pieree. Jtr., I^stnr 
10:00 A. M.— Church School. 
11:08 A. M.-^oming Worship. 
VrSOP.M.— Cvaegeustlc Sendee. 
7:30 P. M. Wednewtay— BttHe 

Study. 
7:10 P. M.l-^iday— Christ's Am- 
httssadors. Youth Service. 



PnrtatiMtol 

anjRcn or christ 

UOi BUeH and Baltic Avmue 
B. L. Crns. Pastor 

lan^t Fergus on, ^ n^ay Scho<^ 

Sttperinteiideift. 
1:4$ a. m— Sunday School. 
1:00 a.m.— Moraiiig W<M«hip. 
6:86 p.m.— P. A. Service. 
7:88 p.m.—&mm<iaac Bavux. 
Mi f gnmux *rvlo^ f :8« p. 88. WM» 

■eadMT. 



Calvary 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Olenrock. Rt. 2, Norfolk, Va. 
ThOMiMw Wesley. Di)^ Sapply 

Chartes E. Puron 
Church School . Superintendent 
9:45 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 
6:30 p.m.— noneer FeliowshM). 
6:30 p. m.— Youth Fettvwsblp. 
7:30 p. m. We<&ie8day-^-Pit»ycr 
Meeting. 



BETHEL METHODIST CHURCH 

Creeds ^ 
WiUiam E. Barber. Pastor 
Mrs. Lala Hockett, Sunday School 

Superintendent: 
10:00 a.m.— Church School. 
11:10 a.m.— Morning Worship on 

1st and 3rd Sundays^ 
7:00 p.m.— Evening Worship on 
and Sunday nighu. 



RiUIIUWU IMUVV 

BAPIffiT CHUBcn 

LotMKm Bridge, Virgmia 
G. GiWMi HMhes. BaMbr 

Church School Supenntendoit 
10:00 a. m.— Church Sifliool. 
11:60 a.m.— Mmning Wordiip. 

7:00 p.m.— B.T.U. 

8:00 p.m.— Evenli^ Wonditp. 

Ha ;n ' » od W ts jW rta l 
NEt1HN>tST CAQKH 

Route 1, i ^yaae . vsayh Mfc 
Dr. U. Bagiey WaUser 



KNOTT'S ISLAND _ 
METHODIST CBUBCH 

Knott's Island, N. C. 
WEHam B. Bai*er. pMtar ^ 
E. H. iieMi^i Bvnday scwm Swpt- 
10:00 ^Bi.--Cliwca hmoi on 

1^ MM Ml Biuaptf^ •M 
11:00 a.ia.-^tti[«li Benboi w 

1st and )i4 BaMbtt. 
10:00 a.m.— MornuM WPcship on 

Ist and .Srd SaiMliys: 
7:00 p.m.— Evening Wonhip on 

4th Stti^ay nighlB. 



PRESBYltBIAlt Cinmi 

iftsar RoUbUis Odnik 

Rev. J. K. tAmmm , jMfwr 

G. D. H^. OiVicb'BcAMMr »wi. 

11'^ t Sl3I3^i& ^mSi^ 

(Nursery for cbUdren) 



WORLD OF TOMORROW 






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lt*i a faicinating thing, that globe. As they twirl it. 
Ken and Johnnie speak 0! the places they'd like to visit, the 
things they'd like to do. All the wonders they'v^eyer hf ard 
of come to life for them, and it's as if they could actually 
shut their eyes and see the Taj Mahal, in its Oriental splen- 
dor, and the Tower of Pisa slanting across the Italian sky. 

But it*8 a frightening thing too, that globe, shadowed 
by war anttsthe threat of #ar, intolerance, superstition. Out 
of its darkness, a single light burns brightly, the light of 
FAITH . . . Kindled across its face by the Church. Ken and 
Johnnie ... and all the other youngsters in their genera- 
tion . . . need the guiding hand of the Church if they are 
going to succeed jn making that globe a better _WQrld in 
which to .live/ 



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THIS SnifS OF MISSAOES IN THI INTIRKT OP THE CHURCH It SPO^^SORID BY THI FOUOWINO BUSINUI ttTAIUIHMIHfl 



ATLANTIC 
CLEANERS & LAUNDRY SERVICE 

Incorporated 

21st Street 

Phone 74 — Virginia Beach 

TAYLOR UPHOLSTERING CO. 

Complete Upholstering — Auto and 

Furniture — Slipcovers 

821 17th St., Virginia Beach 

Telephone 2545 

PRINCESS ANNE MOTOR CO 

J. Frank Malbon 
Phone: V.B. 1815 Oceana, Va. 

NIXON ELECTRIC 

nieclrical Contractor 

Deepfreeze and Apex Appliances 

House and Conunercial Wiring 

Lighting Fixtures General Repairs 

606 17»h St.. Va. Beach- Phone 1105 

WESTERN AUTO 
ASSOCUi^ STORE 

Home Owned by S. M. Riggs 
601 17th St. Comer Mediterranean Ave. 
Phooe 808 Virginia Beach 

"lust Can Me Sam" 
TBE OUtlBT 

2018 Atlantic Avenue Virginia Beach 

OCEANA JIOED&HWWXRB CQ. 

H. E. Fikaell, Pitsideat 

See4 and Gardeo ^ip^lies 

Fhooes: Office 546 —Res. 278 1-W 

Oceana, Virvnia 

OCEANA CLEANERS 

Virginia Beach Blvd., Oceana, Va. 

Cleaning - Pressing • Dyeing 
W. C. "WM" West Redty Corp. 

Phone: Virginia BtafA 2691 

WEBB PHARMACY 

•^rvkc With Safety at Webb" 
^Uairtic Avewa .t j^g^e^L^ 
ffeooe 178S -VSiiaHa BMdi 



W. S. McKENNEY & SON 

Staple and Fancy Groceries 
Meat Market — Fruits and Vegetables 
Phone: V.B. 226 or 923 — Oteana» Va. 

S&S 5 & 10 DEPT. STORES 

Oceana and Bayside, Vu. . 
Oceana. Virginia 

RUSSELL & HOLMES 

"Where Shopping is a Pleasure" 
1908 Atlantic Ave. Virginia Beach 

C. W. WADE'S ESSO STATION 

Tires, lubes,' Auto Accessories 

l">ili and Atlantic Avenue 

Phone 655 Viiginia Ucach 

HOLT - BI'ICK lOMPANY 

Sales- Service — Body & l-ender Woik 

21st and Pacific Avenue , 
Phone 484 Virginia Beach 

KELLAM-EATON INSURANCE CO- 

Real Estate - Rentals - Insurance 

3113 Pacific Avenue 

Phone 156 Virginia Beach 

THE SHELTON UBLE CLASS 

Scott Memorial Methodist Church 

Oceana, Virginia 

Welcomes You Fach Sunday Monting 

at 10 o'clock 

M.%ESTAS FUNERAL H0.1IE 

I8lh St. and Baltic Avenue 
Phone 237a Virginia ^ach 

r. e. noBECK 

Plumbing and Heating 

31st Street. Virginia Beach 

Phones: V. B. 153 Norfolk MA 2-4142 

C. P. KADAS COMPANY 

Manufacturers of "Art Metal Furniture" 

Lawn and Porch Farniturc 

Urtiolstered FumitAjre 

Omamentai Railin|& - Steei Fabricators 

~ t: V.B. l?42 -Oeew«,-V«. 



FOOD CARNIVAL / 

3Uth St. and Arctic Avenue 
-Virginia Beach 

JARVIS A RITCUIN 

General Insurance 
17th & Pacific Ave. Phone 363 

ATL.%NTIC GROCERY 

23t)6 Atlantic Avenue 
Pho'nc 10 Virginia Beach 

EMRHAE MOTORS 

Ford Sales and Service 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 

LONDON BRIDGE SUPPLY CO. 

Ilaidwarc - Building Supplies 

Dupont Paints 

Iclcphone V.B. 2477 

Ot'EANA DRUGS 

Telephone 3212 
Virginia Beach Blvd.. Oceana, Va. 

CHERRY - PEARSON 

Virginia Beach, Vininia 

Sawyer's ' 

VIRGINIA BEACH GROCERY 

205 17th St. Viifima Boach 

BRINKLEY'S SHELL SERVICE 

"Friendly Senice Plus Qudity PnxbKts" 

31st Street and Baltic A^^enue 
Phone 1084 Virginic BomA 

<H.D DOMINION PATER CO. 

44th Street and C(4le]r Avenue 
Norfolk, Viiginia 

HIRTZ TV SALES & SERV^lB 

"We Service All Males" • 

Open 9 00 to 9fl0 

Phone: VirgAM Beach 2550 

Va. Dea ct i BWO .- - l«s««rBr^|e,^a. 



Phone SIM 



"nA Bnuthwiiii, Pio|^. 

Tixico PNidttcte 
24Ui St. iiid A^BIi* Avenue 
7 V 



'Itlinia Beach 



OBBRimiCtt 
HARDi^Aift A AM^UANCB CO. 

1>lepiione I O 5-3334 
RPD 2, Box 173, Nor(olk, Virginia 

LINDBUT on. COMPANY 

"EveOfboayi Fuel Dealer" 

EsSO Rlbroscne — Esso Fuel Oil 

Phone:, V J. 205— Norfolk MA 2-6t73 

IIBStER TBLEVtStON , 

207 17th Strati 
Phone 2293 Virginia Beach 



aiABIDR NAIUUT 

Con^leleniod Market — We Deliver 

mJk 1S> — 190 — l»l 
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VIRGINIA IfACH SOf^^mMS, THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1955 



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OmfesLSale 
New A^nagcr Of 
VEPCO Office 

ChMrlM L. S«1e has been ap- 
»(^S(t«d BMiM««r of the VirKlnia 
ItecMe Mid Power Conipany at 
^rglnta Bead), his appointment 
to Deeome effective June 1. it has 
keen mnouneed by K. J. Throck- 
Morton, 7epoo vk:e-p-esld€nt. 

The new imuMwer is a native of 
Wmex County and a/tfcended VPI, 
where he majored in engineeriiw. 
Ife was oi^o^ed by Vepco in 
Mehmond In IMS iii^the en«l- 
Mcring department an«!Pf Ive years 
later was transferred to Pred- 
ertelolbuiv where he rfmalned un- 
tU being appointed engineer at 
WlUiMMbinv He later served as 
tftstrtct eiwlmer. superintendent 
of dlatrtnition, Mfing district 
nanafer ttiere until being named 
dIstrttMiHon engineer in Newport 
News m 1944. He hie been man- 
ai«r at South Boston since 1948. 

Sale Is a member of the South 
Boaton Lions CItd> and a vestry- 
Wma of Trinity Episcopal Church. 
8e is married to the former Vlr- 
trlnla CHu-ter Khner of Fredericks- 
fenry and has two children, 
(fhartes Latane, Jr.. age 14. and 
Mary Carter, age 12. 



Luncheon Today 

The Fifth Naval District Supply 
Corps Wive, aub will hold its 
May Juncheon at the Commission- 
ed (xflcers ChA at the Naval fiase 
•I one o'clock today, it is an- 
nounced toy Mrs. A. A. Antrim, 
honorary president. A social hour 
will precede the luncheon. 

Entertainment for the after- 
noon win be a demonstration lec- 
ture on interior decorating by 
Meal niomas, of Gofer's, Inc. 




tHARLES L. SALE 



Girl Scouts Plan 
Campf ire Rally 

The first Virginia Beach CHrl 
Scout Campfire Rally for Fly- 
up Brownies and intermediate 
Scouts will be held at Camp Link- 
horn (78th Street, west) on Wed- 
nesday. May 25, from 5:30 p. m. 
until 7:30 p. m. Each Scout will 
bring a "nosebag" supper, a drink- 
ing cup and a slt-upon. 

There will be a special cere- 
mony when the Brownies will re- 
ceive oversize paper "wtr^s" and 
be escorted to Che big camp fire. 
A song Jamboree will follow the 
ceremony, ending with "Taps." 

All Scouts, young and old, are 
invite dto attend and help make 
the first campfire rally a big suc- 
cess. 



Lake Joyce Ckib 
Wins Slate Award 



At Uie ehib iMetint held on 
Wednesday of taMt wMk at llie 
home of Mra. W. F. ABfesr. Lake 
Smith, Mrs. W. C. Orlfltai, eo» 
luMtess. it was amioun^d Ituit 
the club had won a bhie rMKm 
award for flower ahow aelUeve - 
ment on the fall flowor show "Au- 
tumn l^lendor" irtiieh mm pre- 
sented at the federatton awotine 
held in Roanoke the p rece d i ng 
Fri<toy. 

Mrs. Robert L. Munn wm wd- 
eonied into &m clilb as a new 
BiMnl>er. 

The Baitera CHfford Award 
went to Mrs. W. C. Oriffin far 
her gold rUibon arrangement. 

Mrs. Everett P. Seay won ttie 
Alta Oriffin Ayard tor the most 
Uue tSbbom during the ye«r, and 
the Horttculture Award. 

"The chib hcmored Mrs. J. B. 
Maddery. pr«rident. and Mrs. W. 
C. Orlirf in' honored Mrs. Cecil H. 
Reed on the Garden Center Honor 
Roll by selling 100 brick. 

New officers eleeted 1w the 
ccnning year are: Mrs. Cecil fl. 
Reed, president; Mrs. Bverett P. 
Seay, first vice president; Mrs. 
M. K. Crockett, aeeond vice presi- 
dent; Mra. A. Vermm Watts, re- 
cordii« secretary: Mrs. Walter F. 
Parker, correqKmdinc secretary; 
Mrs. Rdttet L. Beal. Jr., treasurer. 
The new officers will be installed 
at the annual Jime hineheon to 
be held June 9 at the Cavalier 
Club, 

Those winning Mue ribbons in- 
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W. D. Brooks. Mrs. J. L. Jemigian, 
Mrs. Stanley Robishsw. Mrs. C. H. 
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Cole, who hcMls Ms own eon- 
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tines for sueh Diutidwaiy musIcmIs 
as "Kisnet" and creaMe the 
choreography for motion pic- 
tures, believes that flln anAenees 
toOaiy demand definite talent on 
the part of scnen dancers. 

"That was a tbDke." says Cole, 
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and shapely chassto and boys with 
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these days. Of course." Oole adds, 
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Betty and Marge and the boys are 
rugged. Uke Oower CAwnplon and 
Jack Lemmon. those qualities are 
so mu^ in the way of a bonus. 

"At the beginning of talcies, 
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Betty OraMe. who Joins Asneing 
stars MWge and Chnver Cliam- 
pioB and Jack Leamien in a 
new tanefal arasleal. "Three for 
the Money." which ^ens Son- 
day at tiie Beach Theatre. 



Virginia Fbnagan 
In Piano Recital 



nano puiHls of Mrs. Anne Ha- 
mer at Mary Washiiyton CMlege 
will be presented in a recital to- 
day at the Fine Arts Center of 
the college in ne<ta1okstMirg at 
6:46 p. m. 

Among the students arc Vir- 
ginia Flaniwan of l»rince» Anne. 
Norma Skinner and Betty Cattey 
of Frederictabui*. Elinm- Plow of 
Arlington. Shirley Arrington of 
Orundy. Eleen Brillineer of Peek- 
skill. N. r.. Edith Baldwin of 
Woodbrldge. Conn., and Joanna 
Eden of Waatiington. D. C. The 
recital will be held in the choral 
rocmi of Pollard Ball. 

Miss Flanagan is Uw daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil C. Flanagan 
and is a freshman. 



terns. Then along came such peo- 
ple as Asteire and Kelly and pro- 
gress was made. 

"A hundred years ago Marie 
Taglloni first danced on her toes," 
Cole said. "Obviously people can't 
fly without mechanical means, so 
toe work carried a dancer to the 
utmost extent of his physical 
llmHations. But the camera can 
and does give new rhythms and 
patterns to choreography, and so 
does Cinemascope." 

The show is said to be packed 
with tuneful sot«s. and literally 
"stacked" with beautiful girls. 



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having a "County Fair" on Sat- 
unlay. May 21, between the hours 
of five and nine p. m. at the Oce- 
ana School Kytnnasium. According 
to announcements made Vhis weefc 
there will be a grab bag booth, a 
fortune teller, and many games 
with i»i«s for all. In addition, 
there will be barbecue, hot dogs, 
cokes and baked goods for sale. 

A square dance will be held 
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Newly-elected student co««m- 
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annual extra-curricular activity 
and honor soctety awiutto inm 
made by Tufto tAiiversrty Presi- 
dent Nils T. WesseU at ttie tradi- 
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VOLUME XXX. No. 19 



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f90,t«0 FUND VOTED 



lOARD MICrS IN SPKIAL 
SISSION; AtfOUNlY HIiiD 

TO cmeuMV^rr norfoik 

A vpecial "annexation session" 
of the Princess Anne County 
Board of aiiperrisors Tuesday 
night resulted in the creation c/1 
a fSO.OOO fund and the employ- 
Hient of Norfolk Attorney William 
L. Parker to prepare for fight 
with the City of Norfolk over an- 
nexation of a part of Princess 
Anne County. 

Ihe Board's motion Tuesday 
night was a major victory for 
Supervisor E. I. Herrick. of the 
Kemi»vUle Magisterial District. 
which is the bulk of the territory 
the City wants to annex. The 
Board's vote to start an anti- 
annexation program was unani- 
mous. 

The City of Norfolk has under 
Consideration at the present time 
a proposal to acquire some 41 
square miles of Princess Anne 
County. 

The Board's action Tuesday 
night came in the form of a reso- 
lution which al«o disclosed that 
anti-anHCxation studies have been 
quietly underway in the county 
for about a year. The resolution, 
in three parts, said: 

"1. To request the Common- 
wealth's Attorney to Ifctain Wil- 
liam L. |»arker as special counsel 
for the County to oppose the 
City of Norfolk's nroposed plan 
for annexing part of Princess 
Anne, and to request counsel to 
'Toceed immediately to use alJ 
iviUlable means to block the pro- 
jfOMd annexation plan of the City 

. "2. To Instruct the consultant 
engineer to bring the engineering 
study report relative to annexa- 
tion up to date and present saftie 
to the Board of Supervisors as 
soon as possible. 

"To make available immediately 
from the General Fund of the 
county the sum of $40.000, thus 
making a Ujtal of $50,000 to be 
used to oppose annexation moves 
against Princess Anne by the City 
of Norfolk." 

The use of $40,000 in the Qer^ 
eral Fund was arf addition to the 
war chest of $10,000 the board 
created when it recently adopted 
ft new county operating budget. 

The board said its annexation 
report is being coiriplled by Lub- 
lin McOaughy and Associates, en- 
gineering consultants of Norfolk. 
It disclosed that the firm was re- 
tained last year When the city 
Ihoiwed signs it would take steps 
to expand again after Tanners 
Creek hdd been made a part of 
the city. 



T Afmi OF THE BUDC' 



Budget Approved 
By Si^pervisors; 
Sewers Discussed 

Sewerage problems and the pos- 
sibility of a fight with Nm^olk 
City over annexation occupied 
most of the time of the County 
Board of Supervisors at their 
regular meeting Monday in the 
Princess Anne Courthouse. 

The five-man governing board 
voted an initial appropriation of 
$10,000 to be used in fightint any 
attempt by the City of Norfolk 
to annex territory now belonging 
to the county. The resolution per- 
taining to annexation was approv- 
ed late in the day. 

One of the main points of ac- 
tion taken by the Board of Su- 
pervisors was final approval of 
the 1955-1966 budget which am- 
ounts to $4,835,772. 

The sewerage problem which 
has been causing concern for 
sometime took up much of the 
meeting time. The condition ar- 
ises in rapidly growing localities 
of the county where septic tanks 
have gro^n to such numbers that 
the soil cannot absorb the waste. 

A delegation from the Belle 
Haven section told the supervis- 
ors that septic tanks in their 
area had backed up and that 
sewerage was standing in ditches 
and was backing up under hous- 
es. .Tliey said an >n«>ector Irom 
the Veteran Admlnlstfatton had 
been in the area to study the 
situation. 

Planning CommisslOrtef 4^. Mt' 
son Gammage said that the Vet- 
erans Administration have stan- 
dards which If followed by the 
county, he felt, would dlmlnate 
the present condition. 

The supervisors named a com- 
mittee to coi^ist of Oamage. 
County Health Officer M. C. 
Owen, Deary and R. E. Dorer to 
study the problem for a long- 
range solution as well as offering 
temporary relief to the Belle 
Haven area. In past meetings, the 
supervisors have had delegations 
from other developments, Includ- 
ing Kempsville Acre* and Remtis- 
ville Manor, with the same prob-^ 
lem. „ 

The supervisors approved a pre- 
liminary budget for secondary 
roads of $318,697. including $78.- 
428 of Federal aid. The big item 
In the secondary road budget calls 
for $165,^30 for maintenance; 
(continued on pmre thi«e) 




RECORDS SHOW AGENTS /kCTlVE 
IN PAYMENT OF CAPITATION TAX 



Citizens Committee Endorses 
Organization Slate; Cite Record 



■flHs b a scene from "faflief of Ihe Brkte," tile fhnal play of Ihe 
seaMHi for the Vtrginhi Beaeft t«tle Tfcertfe. TWs amnstng eo- 
aiedy win be »reaeirted next MoiMtoy and Tuesday nlghta a< the 
Virginia Beach Mlgh School aadHoriam. fa the scene above tare 
Ann Mr Namara. Ilenry AmoM. <3eorge farter and Warren Wade. 

— Photo by Aoire 

Tather of Bride, "Laugh Riqt, 
Will be Seen Monday, Tuesday 



"father of the Bride." the fun- 
for-the-fafflily comedy t>y Caro- 
line Francke, based on the novel 
by Edward Streeter. comes to the 
Virginia Beach High School for 
a two night run May 30-31. Pinal 
play of the Little Theatre's 1954- 
55 season, "Father of the Bride" 
^ directed by Mrs. Arthur Ma- 
sury and features Andy Reid in 
the title role. 

Pat Waoe. as ICay Ba^ks. the 
bride, will shine in all ter glory 
in a bridal gown loaned^ by Cyn- 
thia lite, bridal consultant for 
the bride's salon. Rice's. I Pat has 
had a busy year with the Little 
Ttwitre. fSttt has uppmttAm two 
other productions this year, 
OlaM Mountain," and "A^tfl 
0ti«et." In which the iflayed the 
aaucy maid. Playing the bride will 
can for a complete change of 
pace, but versatile Pat is said to 
take it in her stride. Her theatre 
background includes musical co- 
medy work and opera, as well as 
profesislonal TV appearances. She 
is also assistant production man- 
ager for "Father of the Bride." 

Other members of the produc- 
tion staff are k^m.^ Tyler, stage 
manager. assllWM^ "Mil Trattner 
and iean Arndld: cllittne Grandy 
and Elizabeth May. scenic artists; 
Ann Pennington, assisted by Mary 
Lou Edwards and Doris Arthur, 
stage settings; Miles Chappell, 
Carpenter; Janet Lawrence, props; 
Kitty Manby, costumes: Betty 
Munford and Ann ntcNamara, 
make-up; Don , Peterson, lights, 
and Henry Arnirtd. sound. 

Tickets may be purchased at 
Jard's or at the Virginia Beach 
High School, or may be reserved 
by telephoning 2488-W. 



Rhai Adffli 
VieePreildtnt ' 
Virglnlt Jtycees 

At the annual convention held 
this past weekend. Rhae Adams' 
of Virginia Beach Was elected vice 
president of the Virginia Junior 
Chamber of Commerce. Rhae will 
serve under Jack Barnes of Ports- 
mouth, who was elected president. 

Adams' activities on a state le- 
vel this year includMI chaihAan- 
sHlp of state fund raising, chair- 
manship of starting American 
leaders (youth a<;tivitles) and a 
member of the awards committee. 

Representing Virginia Beach at 
the convention in addition to Mr. 
Adams, were Dr. Howard D. Kahn, 
local president; Howard Nations, 
local president-elect; John Talia- 
ferro, state director; Lynn Cle- 
ments, local vice-president-elect; 
Bill Robertson, local vice-presi- 
dent-elect; Bill Oletz. local secre- 
tary; Bill Dodeon. local director; 
Jack Bailey, Maurice Hunger. 
Orover Swain, Mrs. Adams. Mrs. 
Bailey. Mrs. Kahn and Mrs. Talia- 
ferro. 



The four Organization candi- 
dates for constitutional offices in 
the July Democratic primary re- 
ceived the full endorsement of 
the Princess Anne County Citi- 
zens Committee at a meeting held 
in the Seatack Elementary l^hool 
Tuesday night, according to an 
announcement by H. L. Robinson, 
the committee's secretary. 

The committee meeting was 
presided over by W. Francis Tay- 
lor. Jr., chairman, and the group 
voted its full support to the four 
men running on the Organization 
ticket )n the forthcoming election. 
These candidates are John E. 
Marr, for Sheriff; V. A. "Jack" 
Etheridge, for Treasurer: Ivan D. 
Mapp. for Commissioner of the 
Revenue; and Rdbert S. "Bob" 
Wahab, Jr., for Commonwealth's 
Attorney. 



The Princess Anne County Citi- 
zens Committee is composed of 
people from all sections of the 
county and most of the committee 
was present at Tuesday night's 
meeting. 

In addition to endorsing the 
Organization candidates. Secre- 
tary Robinson brought the group 
up to date on the aceomplish- 
jnenta of the group and gave 
praise tp county officials for the 
manner in which they have 
worked with the group. 



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Special words of praise were 
given the county school board for 
rejecting the 30-day clause in 
teacher's contracts. The group 
plans a door-to-door canvass of 
voters in support of the Organi- 
zation before the July 12th elec- 
tion, it was announced. 



Birdneck Point Garden Club 
Hears Stale Landscape Designer 




The landscape designer for the 
Virginia Department of Highways. 
Miss Luly Thomason, of Rich- 
mond, was the guest speaker last 
Tuesday when the Birdneck Point 
Garden Club held its monthly 
meeting at the home of MrS. Le- 
wis Johnson. 

Miss Thomason presented many 
pertinent facts concerning the 
new boulevarc^ along Laskln Road 
which will affect all residents in 
the Birdneck community. Safety 
above all else is the primary re- 
quirement of all road designing. 
but attractive entrances and road- 
side appeal are also of great in- 
terest to the Highway Drpart- 
ment. For this reason the depart- 
ment lends its knowledge and 
gives a guiding hand to all clubs 
or persons interested in this type 
of beautification. 

Club Plans Beautification 

Maps, statistics, sketches and 



Birdneck Point Civic League Votes 
Approval of Waterway Proposals 



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The Birdneck Point Civic 
League voted Monday night to 
give their sanction to the "Lynn- 
haven Waterway Improvement 
Plan" provided certain minimum 
requirements are taken to pro- 
tect against property damage that 
would be caused by this proposed 
plan. 

As every memlber entered the 
Cavalier Country Club for the 
semi-annual meeting Monday he 
was presented with a concise out- 
line of the plan, its effects, bene- 
fits, estimated cost and objec- 
tions to the plant Mr. Spencer 
Lott, President, reviewed the 
League's stand and the action 
they had taken from 1949 to the 
present date. 

Charts and graphs showing 
maximum water stages, tides and 
speeds of the water as it is now, 
was explained by Mr. C. J. Robin 
of the Army Engineer Corps. He 
compared these with what would 
happen if the plan went through 
and what would happen if a check 
dam was placed at the Narrows. 

Mr. Harry McCoy, a Norfolk 
Attorney, who is also attorney for 
the Ijrnnhaven Waterway Devel- 
omnent and improvement plan 
explained why ft was felt this 
plan necessary and the difficul- 
ties they had encountered to date. 

After lengthy dla;ussion by 
memliers pro and con the follow- 
ing resolution was given a ma- 
jority vote "With respect to the 
'Rrdnedt Point Community Lea- 
gue's position on the proposed 
tjmnhaven Waterway improve- 
ments', your Board of Directors 
has rec^ved an additional study 
(m this mri>]ect dated January 12. 
1956 prepared by the Corps of Ar- 
*my Sngiiwen. Norfolk District. 
After car^U otoisideratlon oC this 
iciwct» the Board <tf DirecUna 



recommends to the membership 
that approval be granted upon 
condition that measures be taken 
either at the Narrows, and/ or at 
such other places as may prove 
necessary or expedient to protect 
Birdneck Point from damage 
caused by flow of water above 
(normal) mean high water except 
through the dredged channel." 

Mr. Lott arooited Mr. Frank 
Crenshaw, attorney, parlisimen- 
( continued on page three) 



Fund Being 
Raised to Aid 
Fire Victi^ 

FHends of Mrs. Ella McAl- 
lister, 19-year-old Negress who 
was severely burned last Feb- 
ruary, have come to her aid in 
a financial way. 

A fund has been started for 
Mn. McAllister by Walter T. 
Russell, attendant at the Vir- 
ginia Beach Hospital, and the 
fh« vfctinv's church, the ITMion 
Baptist Church at Kempsville. 
made the initial contribution 
of $1W to help Mrs. McAllister 
utd her husband with Uie 
moantlug expenses the acci- 
dent has hroaght on. 

MTb. McAllister has rec e i v ed 
mem than 3S pints of Mood 
sinee t^e near fatal aocMent 
ba^ tn Felwnary and her me- 
Mey aM hospital expcvises 

have reached to S2.5M. Rns- 
s^ reports that anyone wlsk- 
Ii4r to donate to the NcAMster 
tand may ^ so at the Virginia 
Beai^ Hospital. 



actual photographs were shown 
to the members by Miss "Thomas- 
on. Since the new road is expect- 
ed to be completed past Birdneck 
entrance by November of this 
year, the mendiers of the club can 
proceed with |flinj! wlii(^;:ir)fl be 
correct as far aa safe^'^ls con- 
cerned, but at the same time be 
attractive. 

Officers Elected < 
The primary matter before the 
club during the business meeting 
was the election of officers for 
next year. Mrs. R. A. Briggs. 
chairman of the nominating com- 
mittee, presented Mrs. Cecil Mears 
for corresponding secretary: Mrs. 
Ashley Haycox for trtasurer; Mrs. 
Everett Martin, recording secre- 
tary: Mrs. W. W, .Tohnson, sec- 
I continued on page three) 



The practice of acting as "ag- 
ent" in paying the ^11 tax of 
others has been employed by both 
factions in the present county 
political campaign, according to 
records maintained by County 
Trea.^rer D. Jonathan Vaughan. 

Seven of the nine candidates 
for constitutional offices were 
.shown to have served as "agent" 
in paying poll taxes in4he block 
payment method. 

The records reveal that Sher- 
iff €. Roger MalHan, nmniiw 
on the antl-erganimllon ticket, 
served as agent for more voters 
than any of the other csnA- 
datea on either side. Malhen Is 
shown as agent' for M3 persons. 

Another member of the tteket 
with Maibon, L. O. Walker, Jr. 
was shown to have signed an- 
thorlsation slips for nine voters 
and another candidate on this 
ticket. W. W. OHver. Jr.. rigned 
the slips fs a wftneai. 

The ' author iwitlon slips" re- 
quired by the Treasurer showed 
who had paid poll taxes for others 



and it appears that both the "Or- 
ganization" and the "TWwt Mr 
Princess Anne" were aetivt Mf 
tlie field. The record •*■**•* 
vealed that Treasurer , Vsmlan 
treated each side alike in 
payments. 

Three of the 4>rganlMtloa 
dldates were sho(wn to font 
block payment of taxes whi^rt 
their signatures appeared «t' 
slips. V. Alfred "Jack" Cthtfidld. 
candidate for Treasurer, 
listed on 132 slips; Ivan D. 
the incumbent comMaaioiMr etf 
the revenue. 92 persons; and ^<^ 
E. Marr, running for Rmtff. w\ 
persons. 
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Plans for Girl 
Scout Day Camp 
Are Completed 

Openings for staff memibers at 
Camp Llnkhorn, Girl Scout camp 
at 78th Street, Virginia- Beach, 
have been filled and plans for the 
day camp sessions in July are 
completed, it was announced this 
week, 

"We have been very forunate in 
securing such highly qualified 
leaders for your young girls," Mrs. 
E. C. Mansfield, day camp chair- 
man, stated. 

Enrolled as steiff members are: 
Mrs. Lewis Smith, director; Mrs. 
Lewis Snyder, assistant director, 
and Mrs. J. D. Gregory, nurse. 

Camp activities are divided in- 
to groups with the girls working 
together In units. 

Unit leaders and assistants are: 
Mrs. C. A. Flanigan, Mrs. Delorls 
Bucknell, Mrs. Joseph KiUen, Mrs. 
Pauline Whitaker, Mrs. George 
Bush, Mrs. D. J. Rasher, Mrs. Roy 
Newton, Mrs. Thomas James and 
Mrs. C. P. Kadas. 

Camp Opens July S 

The camp opens on July 5 with 
a two-week session for the Inter- 
mediate or older Girl Scouts. The 
Brownies or younger Girl Scouts 
will begin their stay at camp on 
July 18, ending on July 2g. 

Reservations for the Brownie 
section of Camp tinkhom are 
now closed, as the nimfiber who 
can attend has already been at- 
tained. 

Openings in the older age groiH> 
remain, however, and information 
about entering an Intermediate 
Girl Scout for the camp may be 
obtained by contacting Mrs. Lewis 
smith at Virginia Beach 1671. 

Tlie day camp committee which 
has lieen woricing on camp plans 
since DecemlKr. is composed of 
Mrs. E. C. Mansfield. Mrs. Kath- 
leen Carter. Mrs. J. D. Gregory 
and Mrs. John Tudcer. 



CofC WILL MEET 
NEXT WEDNESDAY 

X general membership meeting 
of the Virginia Beach Chancer 
of Commerce will be held In the 
Virginia Beach High School on 
Wednesday night. June 1. it has 
been announced by C. Hall Snell- 
ings. managing director. 

Donald W. Shriver. manager of 
the Norfolk Chamber of Com- 
merce, will be the principal 
speaker. He will outline the vahie 
of a good, active Chamlier of 
Commerce. 

Snellings is expected to review 
the work of the Chamber since he 
became affiliated with the wganl< 
zation last Deceml)er and future 
plans will be discussed. 



The two 
for the efflee «f 
wealth's kiumm, 
Wahab, Jr., of the 
tion, and James E. Mm^ MM' 
nlng wHh the Aati- OHdiflM i* 
tion ticket, avparentty 4H Mi 
•Im any awthorMilMl , mm* 
ieeordbig to (he r eM» i . 

The practice flf iMkiat Moell 
payment Off taxes #aa broodM bM 
to focus in the piesgnt 
by the Prl 

they decried the sntt^^ 
organization fcn-eea thiM 
that the antl grout) li«<i . 
the largest single payment U ibt 
county's history. 

The antl-drganlaaUon date IM 
not deny that they had mM 
block paymenta hut tlire« <rt tfi 
four major candidates, in ft t^»^ 
ment. stated that only tko^ #* 
Roger MaHwn. of their tlekM^ tm 
made such pMmenti. 

The recorda lit the TNMMiNt*t 
office shows that not oiuy Mtf* 
bon. but Wa^ar and OUirer« tl 
the anti-orgafllaatlan ticket. iriP 
gaged in the practice elUier dl» 
rectly or indirectly. 




Veteran-Miile Powiet on Sate 
Hera Saturday for Manoripl Day 



Buddy poppies will be oti aala 
In Princess Anne County and 
Virginia Beach Saturday. 

Virginia Beaeh Voat tlM. 
Veterans of Foreign WAa. iHtt 
conduct the sale In cotdliieiit- 
oration of Memorial Bay. Moiit 
day. May St. Volunteer ird^era 
from the poet and the tAdte* 
Auyillary Will be on the stHeeta 
condttctUig the aale. pmoceda 
from which are used solely tor 
VFW welfare work for disabled 
veterans, widows of veterana 
and orphans of deceased vet^- 
ans. 

the buddy pom^ Is a hand- 
made item. mauttlaetttriMi not 
by machine, httt by dtoabted 
veterans In veteralta' hoapttals. 

A good share of the prtteceds 
from the buddy piHH»y Mb will 
go, along with piweeeds Ihhm 
sales all over the nalton, to theV 
sopikort of the Veterans of Tnf- 
elgn Wars NaUonal Home at 



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Home with Btc^ tmtai i aa aMt 
datair i^odneta. 



TIDE SCHEDULE 

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Day and date Rise Bel 

Thurs<tay. May 26 4:4» T:14 

Friday. May 27 4:48 t:14 

Saturday, May 28 4:« 7:15 

Sunday, May 2» 4:47 7:16 

Monday, May 30 4:47 7:lt 

Tue«lay. May 31 4:« 7:lt 

Wednsday. June 1 4:*g 7:11 

Thursday. June 2 4:46 7:lt 

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DEUV^t PRINCIPAL ADDRESS 



^. SmaeOi H. dmum, of Om 
#|hiie « Wttisii »^ Mny, wui 
ikMir the iMal* «Mrei^ to 1«3 
mflfifta M gmduathm «xeretees at 
Ae Prlitefcis Anne High School 
at t:0O o'cloek on Wedneadny 

ter. B. X. Cox. dean of male 
ituiMMs. mil introduce Dr. Cle»- 
Ml. J*«nfc W. Cox, superintendent 
of county schools, and Mr. J. 
Warren Littleton, school princi- 
pal, win present diplomas to the 
atnioi^. 

lir. R. H. Owen, school super- 
visor, will award sclMlarshlpe. 
Mrs. Mary Barnes is coordinating 
apmnor of the »nior tftess. 

BaMalauritte eeremonies ot the 
class will be held at 3 00 p.in. in 
the school audltoriim on June S. 
The Reverend P. RowlaiW Wagr- 
MT win be the Quaker with Mr. 
f . E. Cox giving the invocation 
and the Rev. W. N. Rainey im-o- 
nooneing the benediction. 



MADUATIf 

OIRL8 

Mary Austin. Sally Baines, Pa- 
tricia Barnard, Sandra Barton, 
JMtHKllna Beard, Marjorie Boggs, 
Aniie fcttdaey Bonney, Janet Bon- 
fiey. Marie Bcwden, Patrieia Cas- 
8k^ Bradley, Mary Jane Brock- 
well, J«an Ray Bryant, Olenda 
Capps, Mary Ann Carliss, Doro- 
tliy Carson, Robin Clair, Joyce 
Cole, Rita Craig, Regina Cross, 
Janet Davis. Roberta Davis, Kthel 
DesChene, Anna Bland Faison. 

Margaret Foibes, Violet Fur- 
lough, Margaret Oallagrher, Shir- 
ley Oearheart, Betty Oil'oert, Ba- 
randina Gregory, Hilda Ouill, 
Reiieeca Hamlin, Susanne Har- 
rell, Juanita Harris. Pauline Hel- 
vln, Barbara Henley. Annie Lee 
Mudaon, Sylvia Ann Hughes, Do- 
rothy Humphreys (liilssihi frcm 
accompanying picture). 

Stlby Brcck Huntington, Pa- 
tricia Hurd, Ratheryn Ann Hut- 
chison, Shirley Jackins, Krma Lou 
Jones, Ernestine Jones. Jeanette 
IQriihetitfiiil], Patricia Lomippin, 
flaitara Lupo, Ida Faye McMath. 



Bai1>ara Mason, Dnwn MeClMaiatt, 
Dorothy Meeks. OaU Moeroa. 
Jean Thoauw Moore. Ckradbie 
Mi^ii, June Myers. Mary Ckgr 
Wicaota, Dorothy Nixon. 

Penv OMMmr. Sandra C^^, 
IdlUan Parscms, Carol Finer, Itar- 
tha am RiglB. Inftel RtAertaOM, 
Peggy Wei«er ^mtOHtflA. Shir- 
ley Scott, Ssmdra SliMey. AUta 
Snyder. J3anette %MtlB, Frances 
Speight. Marjorie 0>»way SMvey, 
fiancy Sterns, Marfiret iMa. 
Betty Orace l^mer. LaiiM Wrm, 
Betty Waff, OeraktlM WlMley, 
Roberta Rea Whitton, Mary Lou- 
ise Wiiiian^. Gloria Wlnskm. 
BOYS 

Robert Austin, Edward Barnes, 
Edward Walter Barnes. WlUlMB 
Beasley. Douglas Boimey. Floyd 
Bonney. Jr., Robert Bmnrifen, Dan 
Bowtes, James %adt. WilHMii 
Brickhc use. Jack Buist, joiat Cad- 
dy, Charies Canpben. Lewis 
CamyiKll. Randy CarneH. WilUatt 
Carter, David Cassida. 

Thcnas Colt. Thomas Copley. 
Louis Darden. Otis Darden. Ros- 
sell Davis, Charies Darwns. 0«ae 
Dozler, John Di^mmi, Jr.. John 
Dudley, Jr., Wilbur Duncan. Jr.. 
Howard Eastwood, Douglas Farm- 
er, Kenneth Fentress, Hidbnx 
Fort>es. Phin'jp Foxwell. Jr., 
Charles Gardner, Vernon Gardner 
Joseph Gates, Jr.', DonAd Ore- 
gory* 

James Harcum. Roland Harris. 
Clarence Hiekman, Donald Hill- 
man. Billy Holland, Dale HoMlday. 
Johnny Huff. John HunnieitM. 
James Ives, Jr., Herman Jorgen- 
aen, Peter Kasitch. Joseph Key. 
John Lancaster. John Lane. Les- 
lie Larkia. Robert Marsh. Jr.. 
Melvin Moore, Harry Mote, Gene 
Newman, Jack Ogfetfby. James 
Ogle^. 

William Oliver. Clark Pace. Ca- 
leb Phelps. Leon Piper, Richard 
Reader, Edward Redfearn, James 
Redman. Luther Richardson, Cal- 
vin Sanders, Rcbeft Saunders. Jr., 
Ernest Seneca, Luther Senter, 
Gary sheiby (missing from ac- 
companying picture). , 

Louis Splvey, Henry Spoolman, 
Jr., Robert Strange. Rcbert Tay- 
lor, Raymond Tlce. Marshall Tol- 
len. Douglas Twiddy. Orover 
Twiddy. Carlisle Vilden, Law- 
rence Valentine, Rloyd Waterfleld. 
Jr.. John Wilson. Lafayette Whlte- 
hurst, Jr.. Harlan Wood. 






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VmmA WACH aW-NiWS, THUKSOAY, may 26, 195S 



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Vif^ 9 iv RmilVII 

Th« FiHrd Foundation IMs «n- 
nminced » IS-mlUkm-dolUir fund 
for a study of what niay be the 
freate^ health proMem fteln? 
iMadKind — mental beidtii. 

In announcii« the huee gnaoA 
Che l^muMkition stated ttet more 
thm half the hospital tteda In the 
trnlted States are oeeiqrfed IV V»- 
tients suffering ftom OMntal Ill- 
ness. 

The FoomUition tmpiaeiiaed Ihe 
faet ttiat a anieh greater ^ort 
Qukn is now being eieerted is ne- 
eessary to Uck the i»«l>lett. "Cue 
and treatnrat for the mentaly 
ffl costs iPederal and State gov- 
eniaients «kine more than One 
Ibinion dollars annual^.'' sakl a 
statement Uy the ltoundartion'# 
president. 

The $15,000,000 figure was de- 
elded mi by the Foundation after 
more than two years of study in 
the field of mental health. 

It being apparent that the most 
Important phaae In tacklli« the 
mental health proMem is in the 
fidld of research the Ami Foun- 
tetion grant win aid materially in 
that field, the statement eon- 
ehided. 



KEW OCEIUUI SCOOT 




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-.^..^ . 'W. 1»»— **•', Hwrlet l>agan. 

tmr fws. »tn ilMMa ani CaMl^ Kl»». ^^Mlenm. Cmnljm 
Mek. UiHia Cirt^ Cara«r»Shw«r. ^^^^^SHHH^^'tJ^^^ 
and Carelya UtdtfleM. ttiH nm. Koiln WWhnis. Fslty jMhas- 
flcM. miiiees Ame MeCay ami Jtmm SlmtHoim. Mrs. Jaftn CWrer- 
iMi to Ae leader and Wn. Ward Emiis is jmhfaiit leader. (Balee 
rirata) 



Ovnrnas telefdione operators in 
IVew Tork, who handle calls to all 
parts of the world, use only En- 
glish in their conversations with 
the foreign operators. 



OPEN TiL 
9 O'CLOCK 
FRI. - SAT. 

CATALINA 
SWIM TRUNKS 

PURITAN 

PEERLESS 

SPORTSHIRTS 

VAN HEUSEN 
SHIRTS 

The Esquire 
HI en^fli Shop 



Funds Earmarked 
For Expansion of 
Oceana NAS 

The House Armed Serylces 
Committee on Monday approved 
an appropriation of $10,241,000 
for construction of aircraft main- 
tenance, training, communica- 
tions and operational facilities 
and general construction for the 
expanding Oceana Naval Air Sta- 
tion. 

p$art of the fund for Oceana 
facilities is represented in an ex- 
tensive communieatlons project 
for airways control. When com- 
pleted the system will represent 
one of the most modem and com- 
plete In the Navy's Air Force op- 
erations. 

llie comnninlcations system will 
ti« in with the growing facilities 
now being planned for the Mun- 
icipal Airport bf the Civil Aero- 
nautics Administration. However, 
each system will operate 'inde- 
pendently, and will be phiused to- 
gether only in emergency cases. 

The aircraft maintenance, com- 
munications and operational pro- 
jects comprise $4,960,000 of the 
total appropriation. The .addi- 
tional $5,281,000 Is earmarked for 
{ttr-str^ paving, storage, barracks, 
midntenance and fuel facilities. 



SiperviMn 

(Ctotimied fMn Page One) 

* 

$123,507 is set aside for construc- 
tion. 

A committee named at a re- 
cent board meeting reccnmnended 
that the county contlnuft its sup- 
port of volunteer fire depart- 
ents but in<irease the assistance 
rendered. Tom Adams, chairman 
of the planning commissions 
board which studied the problem, 
said it would be impractical for 
the county to assume the fire 
protection laut suggested that the 
12 fire stations now maintained 
toy 281 volunteers be given an 
additional $1,000 now each for 
current expenses and that an in- 
crease of $100 monthly for oper- 
uating expenses be allocated to 
each, along with a fee of $10 per 
call for all over $100. The county 
now gives each department $100 
monthly for operation. The su- 
pervisors a p p ropriated today $1, 
000 to each but will wait until af- 
ter the beginning of the fiscal 
year before acting on the other 
recommendations. 



litori Wamii 

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Virginia Beach's re«>rt faellitl« 
are credited with attracting a re- 
cord number of Ford Mechanis- 
ing School alumni for the 8th an- 
nual reunion held this week at 
the Cavalier Clul>. 

R. L. PhilllpB. sales managnr ot 
the Virginia Ford EMrtrict, said 
m(»« than 150 young dealership 
executives firan eight states at- 
tended the three-day gathering 
for the Southern region. 

"This is i Wgger tum-<wt than 
we had expected in a biey spring 
filing season. We feel that the 
Merchandising SchtxA graduates 
made a special ef?wt to come be- 
cause they late Virginia Beach," 
Phillips said. 

Ford's Merchandising School is 
opfTBted at company headquart- 
ers in Deartjorn, Mich., to train 
dealer's s<mis or df.akr-!?ponsored 
jraung men in all phases of dealer- 
ship marmgement. 

Local alumni are Rhae Adams 
and Emerson Planck, Jr.. who 
served on the hospitality conmiU- 
tee. Among Ford Division offi- 
cials who attended were C. Gor- 
don Johnston, sales manager of 
the Southeast region; John Hef- 
lin. Merchandising School dean, 
and L. W. Smead, Ford IMvision 
general sales manager. 



BEACHRES 




Softbalers May 
Join ^^sociation 

T«rms and umpires Interested 
m affiliating with the Virginia 
Amateur Softt»ll Association are 
aslted to write for informati(m on 
the subject from State 3ofel»ll 
Commissioner Hank Wolfe, 118 
Senera Road. Richmond, op to 
call Richmond 5-0002 after 4 30 
p. m. 

Already affiliated with the 
as.sociation are 27- teams and 115 
umpires. 



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s. 



Bridge Tourney 
Gels Underway 
Here Tomorrow 



BIRTHS at VB Hospital 

May 20— Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. 
Harris, 7146 Va. Beach Blvd., 
Norfolk, Va.— BABY OIRL. 

May 14— 'Mr. and Mrs. Roy Doss 
Jr., 31st. and Baltic Ave; Va. 
Beach, Va— BABY OHlL. 



M09ITALD0*S 




Garden Club 

(Continued from Page One) 

ond vice-president, and presld- 
tlal and first v«e-presldentlal no- 
minations to be made from the 
floor. Mrs. Charks Lovltt was no- 
minated for first vice-president, 
and Mrs. R. B. Meekins for presi- 
dent, "this slate was unanimously 
elected and will be installed at 
the regular meeting of the club 
next month, which will be the 
concluding meeting for this clUb 
year. ' 

Mrs. E. A. Hoffmeister and Mrs. 
Rudolph Watson of the Cavalier 
Garden Club were Judges and 
gave Mrs. David Stormont gold, 
and Mrs. Paul Oallup blue awards 
In the advanced arrangement 

Ttf Mi^iirflhtfsubrtKultural 
clAseii of |^9lac^r|6Mjp|td» pansle^ 
we|it td Atesdimlk^BeHlaUii Har* 
scliuti, Baldwin and Coflman. 

Mrs. James Lee and Mrs. Lovltt, 
Who were co-hostesses with Mrs, 
Johnson, served a buffet luncheon 
between the business ineeting and 
the program. 



The 22nd annual Virginia Beach 
contract bridge tournament will 
be held at the Jefferson Hotel. 
19th Street and Atlantic Avenue, 
Friday and Saturday. 

Winners in the tournament last 
year will defend their titles. Mrs. 
Leake Lentz, of Raleigh. N. C. 
and Mrs. D. Johnson Lewis, of 
New Bern, N. C. will play in the 
women's pair ckissification be- 
ginning Friday at 1 p. m. Norman 
Bertin', of Norfolk, and David 
Warner, of Philadelphia, will play 
in the men's pair classification at 
the sanle time. 

Friday at 8:30 p. m., Herbert J. 
Oerst, pf Norfolk, and Leake 
Lentz will play in the mixed pair 
classification 

Mrs. Prank Meyer, of Rich- 
mond, and Oerst will play in the- 
open pair classification. Mr. and 
Mrs. Mike Michaels, of Washing- 
ton, Israel Cohen, also of Wash- 
ington, and Margaret Alcore, of 
Newport News, will play in the 
team-of-four classification. 



Mr. and Mrs. Dudley E. Warner. 3504 Holly Road. left, and Mr. 
and Mrs. Richard L. Page. 20§ Pocahontas Drive, pictored here 
wHh im*. Betty mnem, wen aiMW «• We^ngbowe T\ -Radio 
dealers. s«Miie accompanied by their wives, dbo are •« a 12-day 
kolMfaiy toi Europe^ 

Travel Ccnincil Issues 
''See Virginia Guide" 

A new edition of the 'Sc* Vir- 
ginia Guide to Scenic History- 
land" has just been issued by the 
Virginia Travel Council for free 
distribution, and is beiT« placed 
in the hands of travel directors 
throughout the eastern half of 
the nation. The 72-page publica- 
tion lists %11 attractions open to 
the public in Virginia, and sheet- 
ed accomnwdations and travel fa- 
cilities. 

Pages are devoted to State and 
National parks. National forest 
recreation areas, fish hatcheries 
and other things to see and do in 
Virginia. The publication is a 
companion piece to a guide to 
fresh and saltwater fishing, pub- 
lished also by the Council. The 
two publications, together with 
window displays of Virginia, are 
Council on its promotional tours 
throughout the nation. 



ROTATIONAL GRAZING 
VPS PASIURE YIELDS 

Yields of an orchard grass-la- 
dino clover mixture were about 
25*^ higher wit ha ten-lot rota- 
tional grazing system than with 
a two-lot alternate grazing sys- 
tem in tests at the Middleburg 
branch of the VPl Agricultural 
Experiment station. 



New Harrell Drug 
Sloreon3lslSlreel 
Opens Tomorrow 

Harrell's Pharmacy, the new 

self-service drug store located on 

31st Street, is a:heduled U) open 

to the public Friday. It will marlc 

the third drag store at Virginia 

Beach Ijearing the Harrell name. 

i 

W. C. Harrell. owner of the new 
store, was enthusiastic over the 
opening which marks the third 
time that the Harrell organiza- ; 
tion has experienced a store op- 
ening in Virginia Beach. I 

The new store will be modern i 
in every respect with a floor area ; 
of 40 feet by 90 feet. The new \ 
Harrell's Pharmacy will carry a : 
complete line of drugs, sundries j 
and cosmetics. In additionf, it will , 
have one of the longest soda i 
fountains in Tidewater — 50 feet, i 

The new store is completely j 
air-conditioned and will be stock- 1 
ed with beach equipment, includ- 1 
ing swimming caps, sun tan oil 
and the like. 

"We have always had the great- 
est confidence in Virginia Beach 
and the opening of our third drug j | 
store here indicates that we have 
even greater confidence in Vir- 
ginia Beach in the future," Har- 
rell said. 



Chapel Auxiliary 
Planning Festival 

The Woman's Auxiliary of East- 
em Shore Chapel have been pre- 
paring for the last several months 
for their annual "Summer Festi- 
val." .summer bazaar, which is to 
l>«' htld at tlie Parish House and 

round, of the church on I,askln 
F'ajud, June 25, from 11 a, m. to 
fi p m All are welcome to come 
and 'f tliP. l>eautiful array of 
lum.s fiir .'^.jle. 



A tll.X» eonstnictJoo^ 

has b«n aiwgd»d iff 

Crooks. Jr., <rf IMIWK W 
Fifth Ifcval mitrtel fttM 

Office. . 

The contract eidls fcr 
tloas a^ the C<»imisil«fflid Offi- 
ce rs' Beach Club, ^nrgiiUs Itaich. 
Va. Plumomg. carpenOT. P"*"*" 
Ing, and electrical work la lBt&0* 
ed in the Job. The comidetkMI dite 
Is -set for June 24. 

The contracts Will be aAM^ 
istered by Captain A. J. ruf, Ciy- 
il Engineer Corps, USIf. as Dla- 
trlct Public W<Mk8 Officw md 
District Officer in Charge o* Ooo- 
struction. 



ASHESTOS BOAR©. MPCK 
MAKE UNTSU-AL HEA*fII 

Unmonared bricks lakl on • 
panel of asbestos-cement bo«^- 
provlde a unicrue hearth for an 
attic livitw room by a Chteago de- 
corator. For the fireplace Itself he 
used a nwdtrn version <rf the rtd 
Franklin stove. 



Cancer as a killer has risen 
from 8th place in 1900 to 2i^ 

plucp today. 



WHEELER'S 

"Your Family Restaurant 
Va. Beach Blvd.— Route 5«— Phone LO S-Mll 
NOW OPEN 6 A. M. TIU MIDNITI • 
Serving 



BREAKFAST 

85c 

125 



6 \. M. TILL 11:30 A. M. 

COMPLETE LUMCHEOMS 

Including entree. Iwb vegetables, dewert and 
beverage from 

COMPLETE DINlfERS 

IncJiidlnR appeHMf. -entree, two veRetables, 
salad bowl, dessert and beverage from 

RFASONAffI F PRICES FOR TOP QUAlTTY 
F(X)n SERVRD ANYWHERE 
AIR C ONDITIONF.D 



THE MOST 



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POPI I.AR BRAND 

CIGARETTES 



(no city tax) 



NEW - FAST - SCHEDULE 

KIPTOPEKE BEACH- 
LiniE CREEK, VA. 



YEAR ROUND FERRY 

AITOMOBIM!; - THICK 

^i*nil PiiiMPnKrr-Hlilii 

On Hiirhwa.r rs 1.1 — OixtiiiireT^Jl 
rroHfiiny ('liPsn|H'!ikf Mrty 
CroBRlnir Tiim- 1 hour "JS niimitfs 



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EKtle Creek. 

Va. 
(NearNortolk> 



And there will be lots about this wonderful 
black pima cotton with its checked inserted 
back caught with gay flowers. 
Misses' Sizes 8-16 $4f.95 

It's from Montaldo's! 



Civic League 

(Continued from Page One) 

tarian for the meeting. The Lea- 
gue decided against a comqiunity 
picnic since no feasible place 
could be found to hold It. Chap- 
lain Titley, treasurer, reported 
eighty-nine members In good 
standing. The revised by-laws 
presented by the Past Pwsldent, 
Mr. Lltt Zehmer, were adopted. 
ITie president appointed Mr. Zeh- 
mer, Mr. Roy Briggs and Mr. Wil- 
liam Ferrell on the nominating 
committee. The Boai^ of Direc- 
tors was requested to lo(A into 
the possibility of having Cardinal 
Road, Oriole and Bobolinlc Drives 
lined with white paint to try to 
help the speeding problem in 
Birdneck Point. 



~ " diaiiBe WJttKMit SoMli ' 
; .. Bi|lt4 ' !<oi ithBMnil 

Kintoprke 

Bfnch. Va. 

(7'- Miles 

Belli w 

Cnpp rii.irl«KI 

2:00 A.M. 

4:00 A.M. 

6:00 A.M. 

7:00 A.M. 

8:00 A.M. 

9:00 A.M. 
10:00 A.M. 
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FOR TREASURER 

ROBERT S. "BOB" WAHAB. Jr. 

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FOR COMMISSIONER OF THE REVENUE 

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fHdtE POLL TAJX8 

Th* practice of serving as an ag^t in paying the 
j^l taxes of others has been made an issue in the 
Resent political campaign in Princess Anne County 
ind whiJe such practice is not illegal and has been 
^actked for some time, we believe the organization 
candBs^ for ojmmonwealth's attorney, Robert S. 
Wahab, Jr., "hrt the nai! on the head" recently when 
h» stated that the poll tax as a prerequisite to voting 
is subject to too many abuses which can be effectively 
prevented only by the complete abolishment of the 
poti tax law. 

The statement by Wahab is In line with the 
thinking of all of the organization candidates and it 
shows clearly once again that this group of candl- 
(fotes is anxious to face up to the Issues at hand and 
fo deal in facts. 

f^owever- repeal of the poll tax cannot be ac- 
complished by a group of pplltlcal candidates but It 
should be an Item of utrrKwt importance to members 
of Virginia's General Assembly In Its next session. 
At that time the State's lawmakers should come for- 
ward with a law whereby the poll tax Is abolished as 
a prerequisite to voting. 

The payment of poll taxes for others has been 
made an issue in this campaign by the "Dunn Ma- 
chine" candidates, who have attempted to use ever/ 
method possible to take the spotlight of truth off 
themselves. Their records cannot stand up under 
public scrutiny. The Dunn candidate for sheriff, Roger 
Malbon, has particularly tried to blame others for 
practicing the payment of poll taxes as agents<:^ 
other individuals. 

It is apparent from the record that Malbon, 
more than any other candidate, has engaged in this 
practice of paying poll taxes and has used this prac- 
tice most. 




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ANNEXATION 

Princess Anne County's Board of Supervisors 
are ready for the impending fight with the City of 
Norfolk over annexation of any part of Princess Anne 
County. When the announcement came the other 
day about Norfolk's intentions it came as no surprise 
to Princess Anne County officials. 

The county's Board of Supervisors has been 
laying the groundwork to fight such a move by 
Norfolk City for some time and the Organization 
candidates for office in the forth-coming Democratic 
primary have been alert to the Impending encroach- 
ment on Princess Anne territory. These candidates 
announced in their original platform their objective 
to oppose annexation of any, part of the county unless 
such annexation was voiced by the will of the peo- 
ple residing in the area to be annexed. 

The Board of Supervisors included in the budget 
sortie time ago the sum of $10,000 for preliminary 
work in fighting anne.xation and Tuesday night ap- 
propriated dn additional $40,000 for the fight. The 
Board also, employed a Norfolk attorney with wide 
experience in annexation matters t9 work with the 
Commonwealth's Attorney. 

There are two sides to every question and it 
>ls true that a city should not be stymied in its growth. 
On the other hand when fine citizens such as we 
have in Princess Anne County move to the county 
because of the attractiveness of that area they nor 
the county shouJd be stymied in its growth through 
annexation by a city. Such annexation In this case 
would be against the overwhelming will of the peo- 
ple, who have selected Princess Anne County to 
live because that county has provided them with ex- 
cellent schools, roads and streets, garbage collection, 
>trteet lights, and other fine services. 



Two weeks ago the Cra<*er 
Barrel asked Old WUUe Dunn a 
very simple question which 
seems to have irked Willie. At 
least it would appear that he 
did not like our a^ing the ques- 
tion since he came back with a 
lot of "its" and no answer at 
all. 

We asked WUlie if he had ever 
visited Mrs. Blackie l^leeiby? We 
put it into the form of a question 
again and we ask Willie just tp 
give a plain, straightforward ans- 
wer to the question. We wonder 
if that is too much to ask of this 
man. 

Cracker Barrel actually neves 
thought all -leaders would like 
what appeared In these cohunns, 
but we certainly never realized 
that so many persons would dis- 
like us. However, all complaints 
seem to stem from the Dunn Ma- 
chine group wlilch is understand- 
able, yet is a little bit contra- 
dictory. 

We have always attempted to 
deal with the truth and present 
factual matter in these columns. 
The Dunn Machine group has 
always maintained that "the truth 
shall make you free." Yet, when 
we speak the truth through these 
columns it has been known to 
make some of the J>unn crowd 
wince and it is reported that one 
of the Dunn candidates actually 
dreads each Thursday when this 



column appears giiring factual in- 
formation about his past deeds 
and background. The truth must 
be paipful to this candidate. 

The report taMin ^rom the 
records would Indicate that the 
Dunn Machine candidates did not 
make a true statement a few 
weeks ago when three of the 

Jiembers al that ticket said, in 
ffect, that only Roger Malbon 
had taken part in the block pay- 
ment of poll taxes. 

A review of the records in the 
Treasurer's office shows that Lit 
Walker, the Dunn candidate for 
Treasurer, acted as agent in pay- 
ing the poll taxes of nine voters 
and that W. W. Oliver, Jr.. the 
Dunn candidate for Commissioner 
of the Revenue, served as a wit- 
ness on the slips turned in by 
Walker. It looks like Walker nee(te 
to put a "tape recorder" on his 
own doings. 

We wonder how the Dunn Ma- 
chine candidates can expect to 
get the confidence of the people 
when they make public state- 
ments about themselves that turn 
out to be entirely false. 

They blame Iloger Malbon as 
the only "bad" one of the crowd 
because he acted as agent In pay- 
ing poll taxes then the record' 
shows that both Walker and Oli- 
ver participated in the practice. 
What manner of men are these 
Dunn Machine candidates? 



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It •pi>earlng to the Circuit 



Emergency Radio Network Topic 
0\ Air Spot Announcements 



kuOUMfGIE 



Spot anitoutiiccmcnts to make 
the public "Coneliad conscious" 
arc being beamed at Americans 
over some 2,700 standard AM ra- 
dio stations. 

Unlike most commci-cials, these 
lively, 30-secotid "spots" coUld 
ibe a life or death matter. For 
their purpose is to publicise the 
Federal Civil Defense Adnjinis- 
tration's Conelrad radio system 
for warning civilians of Imfiend- 
ing aerial attack and how to sur- 
vive It. 

In rural areas especially, where 
pecple are scattered and fast 
communicsitions are difficult, the 
knawledge of the Conelrad fre- 
quencies of 840 and 1240 would 
he like being aible to listen In on 
a huge party Hue whose sole pur- 
pose was to keep the country folk 
ini'ormed cf the situation In an 
H-tbomto blasted city. At the same 
time, it would ,wan\ Ihem to take 
cover or evacuate if necessary 
from areas threatened with heavy 
radioactivf ^an-out. 



What lis Conelrad? 

Nat S. Linden, director of the 
PCDA radio and television scc- 
taion, with Louis E. Aiken, a 
member of his staff, found that 
the cosmopolitan personnel at 
FCDA headquarters pravlded an 
ideal cross-section of voices and 
iuxents from all parts cf the U.S. 
to dramatize the question: "What 
Is Conelrad?" 

Conelrad, an abbreviation ol 
"Control of Electromagnetic Ra- 
diation," is actually more tech- 
nical than dramatic ,however. It 
is a special system to make pos- 
sible broadcasting c! Civil De- 
fense instructions over standard 
radio stations, even while the en- 
emy bombers are approaching, 
without allowing them to follow 
the radio beams into their^ target. 
During World War II all radio 
stations had to go off the air as 
enemy planes approached. 

Since radio stations in the Con- 
elrad cluster will broadcast only 
at 640 and 1240 kilocycles on the 



radio dial, FCDA officials hcpe to 
make those nim^rs as familiar 
to citizens as their own telephone 
'numbers. Already almost all new 
radios for the home and most (rf 
the new cars, have dials qxviidly 
marked at fl40 tvnd 1240 to Indi- 
cate the emergency Conelrad fre- 
quencies. 

To fix these ImportaiH. num- 
bers In people's minds, ^en, a 
one-time opera singer In Chicago, 
begins and ends each announce- 
ment with a unique tune, sung to 
the words "840-1240, Conelrad." 

In one version, his singing Is 
interrupted by a smooth, southesrn 
draiwl. An FCDA secretary from 
Columbus, Oa., wants to know: 
"Conelrad? What's Conelrad, mis- 
ter — some kind of Yankee talk?" 
Me replies with the message on 
Conelrad. 

Other stylized voices vary the 
routine. The cheertm voice of a 
housewife m one of the "spots" 
offers variety from the gruff voice 
of the labor leader or the voice 
cf a child tplayed by an FCDA 
secretary). * 

Other voices represented in the 
announcements are those cf an 
"old timer," a "farmer," a "teen- 
'age girl," a "Brooklyn oJfice girl" 
(her home ahd anent are from 
neanby Staten Island, If. Y.), and 
the sharp, quick tones of a "bus- 
inessman." 

All the voices are deliberately 
stereotypes, for they are planned 
to be used later as the voices of 
cartoon characters In a series of 
Copelrad "spots" for televlsloh. 



mm, rttmattitm, on Mtmn 

«f 9mA p. WaflSM, AiHlnMr*- 
ua tH wt afenaiM a^Hlt. n i» 
M^Md tlMst the €NMfan ol tbt 
Mkl AMi^ I^ Jnttan. Jr.. H my 
SMfc M, do, on the Mtb diy ^ 
June, itM befotc the Grcm 
Ooort ti MM C(Kmr. dMyw eaate. 
If My 9m e«B, tffi^ait ttie mr- 
BMit and tUSimj tt th* mamf 
ma other MWtoof aie Irtate of 
Qke arid .Toeepli L. Hrmm. Jr., 
deeCMed, to flUWDeth Janlita 
Ibodr, tone legMee wRhoat re- 
quiring refundbw bond of her. 

It to further ordered Ibat a 
co^ of this order be ydbUdted 
onee a week for four raoeeMive 
weM» in Ihe Vin^iaSMeh Son 
Nem, a uempa^er ^ttlAslMd in 
Vtrgiiria Beaeh, Vtrglnto. 
A C««y-leflle: 

John t^. Fmireas, Clerk 
By: t. H. A»w<^od, D. «. 
R. O. Itorr, Jr., AttonMfy for 

Fiduciaries 
31O-2SI01 Street, 
Vhrginia Beach, ta. S-lt-4t 



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KMt t. fttranlS. Clerk. 
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1« <ke Ciartt'a Otfflee e« ike Clr- 
dM tma Of Oe ttmiAi of 
tMaeeaa Anoe. on IhUkiM Aiy 
Of ibtf, ItW. ^^ 

vausBiD ukrttas aAmter 

against - Plaintiff, 

WXllitAid VthSLSY HAYSS. 

pefedant. 
fMut of l%MeatlMi 

The t^^tci ot this ault is ta ob- 
tain a dJTOree a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendint. 
upon the grounds of orueKn and 
desertion. And an affidavit havtinr 
been made and filed that the de- 
fendant M not a resident of the 
State of Virginia, the last known 
post office addreas being: 1401 
Central Avenue, lAkewood, Mew 
iersey, it is ordered that be do 
aiiliear here within ten (Id) days 
after due pubUcatlon hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this suit. 

A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FKNTtUSS, Clerk. 
By: Qerald tl WiUlams. D.C. 
Gordon B. Campbell, p. q. 
1021 Bank ot Conutterce ^dg. 
Norfolk, Vitfinla. 5-12-4t 



DIATHS 

MRS. UAt'tll; OOmOAN 

Funeral services were conducted 
on Wednesday., May 18, at two 
p. m. for Mrs. Hattle Oofflgan, 
of Great Neck, who died Sunday 
morning. May 15. The services, 
held at the First Lynnhaven bap- 
tist Church, were conducted by 
the Rev. Jesse SlAlth, pastor, as- 
sisted by the Rev. Mr. Preston 
Jones, Arthur SlvQs, David Wright 
and Robert Mosley. 

Surviving. In addition to her 
husband, Shepherd Gofflgan, are 
one sister, Mrs. Mary J. White- 
hurst; three brothers, Amerlcus, 
Enoch and Johnson Morgan, and 
many nieces, nephews and other 
relatives. 

Interment was in the Morgan 
family cemetery at Seatack, with 
W. Francis Taylor, Jr., funeral 
director. In charge of the ar- 
rangements. 



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Some years ago ikr. and Mrs. 
U. O. Hedlund, 331 Central Ave- 
hue, Pasadena, Calif., applied to 
the CSilldrens Heme Society for 
in adtHHlon. Due to the war and 
to the many, many applications 
Which they had to make, they 
were put off from year to year 
until finally six years had elapsed. 
But finally a society wrote them 
that a district worker would be 
Ogt that week to intcntew them. 

tljot very spring Mr. Hedlund 
had started his little woodworking 
bwin^s and tSieir financial sta- 
%m was <m a rather precarious 
footing, so the district woilcer felt 
ttiat any added responsibility 
Woald be too much for them at 
tfel^ «me. Mr. Hedlund agreed, 
%tt Un. Hedhind didn't. It re- 
several meetings and con- 
to convince her, and 
diefliwUy reaUaed that the 
iwd kMB cloaed on her, she 



turned on her husband with tor- 
ment and misei-y in her soul. She 
says she really hit bottom. 

Her husband took her for a ride 
one beautiful starlit night, and as 
they drove around he told her to 
think of all the things they had 
to be thankful for; in other words, 
to count her blcssiui 






She sayfc ^.llc hoiiesllj did count 
her blessings and found that she 
had a great deal to be thankful 
for, and it certainly minimized 
her despair. Overcoming this ob- 
stacle she feels has made her a 
better person, and she has found 
great happiness despite the fact 
that she has' been denied what she 
so much wanted. 



Over 40 million Aniericaus. now 
own U.8 Savings Bonds whose 
cash value is around $50 billion. 
Over $12 billicox are in matpured 
E bonds more than 10 years old- 




City of Virginia Beach 

Re: Apphcatlon for special permit 
to construct seven motel units 
on 20th St.. extended (west 
of Cypress Avenue). 
A piV.ic hearing on the above 
application made by J. N. Os- 
born will be held on fViday eve- 
ning, June loth, 195S, at t:00 pin. 
In the Board ttoom of the Virginia 
Beach Federal Savings and Loan 
Association, 310 SiSth St., Virginia 
^ach, Va. 

All Interested parties are In- 
vited to attend. 
Signed: 
W. H. 't&RRiV, Jr., chatnuftn, 
Zoning Board B-2&'2t 



IN irMAi d(.iiMft'9 diMci; 0t 
intt cmovn 4;<MjB9 dr 
ttummM Ai^Mt comt 

Oli TM <ird BAY <Mr MAY, 
dHi* t^^AI. CIYY BARB Ot 

MBlfBY YVLUB, et irt., 

Befendaatla it 
OHdf* of Fdi »*«ia i 

tfie object of this suit !s to 
enforce and foreclose a, (iertain 
ehattel mortgage on tan«Me per; 
aonal property, Inchiding but 
withal lliMtiltlon, contractor's 
equipment, tools and diaehlncry 
glv«n by the RNtent Oontractinf 
Ccxtfuwny to tlie National tity 
BaAk of Kvamville, Bvansville, 
Indiana, dated June 18, 1994, and 
recorded in the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court at PrinceflS Anne 
County, Virginia, in Mttcenap- 
eous Lien Book 6, at p«ge Sl8. 
and to ascertain the amount juid 
priority of all liens on Said per- 
sonal property and to apply the 
proceeds of the sale of said pro- 
perty to the payment of the cost 
and expenses of forclosure, and 
thereafter to the discharge of the 
liens in the order 01 their prior- 
ities. 

An affidavit having been made 
that Henry TtOlcr, Julie TuUer 
and Ralph I. TuUer, individually 
and as partners trading as Regent 
Contracting x;caipsny, are non- 
residents ot .Uw State of Virginia, 
«nd it appearing from the allega- 
tions of the bill and by affidavit 
that there are. or may be, par- 
ties other than those named in 
the bin of complaint interested In 
or having claims against said ar- 
ticles of tangible personal prop- 
erty, such persons bemg described 
as "Parties Unknown": 

It is ORD&RJ&D that said nc|n- 
resident parties and all such pAr- 
ftles unknown do appear within 
ten days after due publication 
hereof and do what Is necessary 
to protect their interests. 
A Copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk. 
Sy^ E. H. Atwood, D. C. 
WlUcox, Cooke & Willcox, p. q. 

8-28-2t 






Sponsored by Cape Henry Woman's Club 



Comlttoniire»lili of VtHtlhla: 
th ihe tn«rik's Oftiee «f Ibe tlr- 
ettli CttMrt *t the tSotthty of 
^^cess Ahnii, on the tith tiay 
of A)»H1. I»85. ^ 
ILA MoeLfiiir, Piaintikf , 

Against 
JAIitiSS RtJBSEL A^OSLEY. 

. Defendant. 
bnler of fubUcatloh 
The object ot this suit Is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
mohll ti-ott the said defendant. 
us)on the grounds of confinement 
m a penitentiary for a felony. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is not a resident of the StAte 
of Virginia, the last known pest 
office acklrcss being 0. 25480-CtO 
^nttentlary Reldsvllte, Oeotgla, 
It is ordcKd that he do appear 
here within ten (10) days after 
due piMleatlon hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to protect 
his interest In this suit. 
A Copy— tlBste: 
JOttN V. FfeimtfiBS, CleHc. 
By: Oeraid F. Williams, D.c. 
Richard O. Bnn!^s, p. q. 
Attorney at Law 
Vliglnla Beach, Va. 5-t-4 

In the CleHi's dftfce of the^ Clr • 
cttH coittt of the connty of 
ft t ncesB Anne, on the ti^ i^ 

el M&y. ms. 

W. P. WMiliati flfasT, FlaintUf , 
vehlos 

A. worn ABd PttYOJS D. 
e?)$Me.»l8|k*l»l and Wife, 
address unknown, ,, , . 

'endants. 

"ftie delect ^ ttie |lx>ve drilled 
Evit, pending IQ Ute aJbove ^titled 
Conrt, is to attach certain real 
property at Ate ddl^»Jhints in 
Frlnoess Anne County, Virginia, 
said iropeity being described m 
ttte petition ^ed, M wid suit, and 
to subject the ai^e to ^ jms- 
ment Of t^e itXtmeaties$ct miA 
S. A. Stoi^ and Phyll^ D. ^tone 
to the i4alnrttff in the sum. of 
five, .ili«^<|pd Wmt ttvb(^ 
Dc^Uars <96,iOI.«8) with Mteraat 
tlwreou axtd phis attoniey^ fees, 



KONtNQ fOttttfe 
t'ltY or VlttOINiA BBACH 
Re: ArPLICATlON FOR A SFE- 
ClAt FeltHl't' to CONMttUct 
MOllSt .iNltS IN RBAft OF 
LttltE BOY m^tE CAFE. 17th 
AT. NEAR CYFRESS AVE. 

A public hearing will be held 
on the above application made by 
Willie Johnson on Friday evening. 



SWendant. 

TIM dbleet of tMi Kri$ ii fo ob- 
tain a (ttvm«e from tlM Iboodi of 
aiatrlaiony from the aald di#ind- 
ant, qpon the groundi o# deser- 
tkm. And an affidKvK haNring 
been made «i^ filed th»i the de- 
fendant is not a resMont of the 
State of Vlrfinlg. t|»e laM known 
post ^^ gdldrOH teteg: ]« PMfc 
Av^nqe, kB^. Ilo. II, J*ew York, 
New Y^, % to ordered that Ae 
do i^n>e«r here wtthbi ten (10> 
days %fikt ^ poMleatlon hereof, 
aiki <fo whet dbor be necessary to 
protect her hkterest hi ttda suit. 

^^Ss^. JlprtftBiB. Cterk. 
Iky: Gerald F. #iIbM»s, TiG. 
KeUam and Xellam. 
Ji^fies M. PicKren, p. 4. 
i(MU-d of *tv»/^ Bulkibig 
l^olk, Vb-ghda 8-5-4t 

cMtoiAwtMilitt Of VtHDinfa: 
In the itiMt's Office of tfie Cir- 
cuit Court of tiie Coiody of 
Frtneess Anne, on the 11th day 
of ipiv, ItiS. 
coMiioNWBAi;m of Vir- 
ginia, Coovlalhant, 

vs. „ ■ 
J. D. SlEftCidONS (address un- 
known) or if he be dead, fils heirs- 
at-law and (Uvisees, whoee names 
are unknown, and his lien .cre- 
ditors, if any there be, whose 
names are unknown, and All oth- 
er persons who are. or who may 
be, interested in the subject (nat- 
ter to be sold or disposed of in 
this suit, whose names are un- 
known, all of whieh ttnknown par- 
ties are pro&eeded against by ttie 
general description at "Parties 
Unknown." Defendants. 

owiler of HiUleatton 
The dsject of the above styled 
suit is for the plaintltt to subject 
the real estate ot J. D. Simmons, 
situated Ih the County ot Prin- 
cess Anne,..Vit«inia> to the lien 
for taxes due the County of Prin- 
cess Aime on the following de- 
scribed propei-ty, to-wit: , j 

"All of thCMi certain IdU, tlaets, 
pieces or parcels of land, sltvttte, 
lying and being in Lynnhaven 
Maglsterlial District, Princess Anne 
County, Vinginla, known, num- 
bered and designated as Lots 7 
And 9, in Block N, on the Plat of 
Lynnhaven fie&oh. more fully de- 
scribed by a reference to said plat, 
which is recbrded Ih the Clerk's 
Office ot the Circuit Court ot 
said Coimty. and more partlculaiv 
ly described in the deed from 
Ljrnnhavcn Beach and Park Com- 
pany to J. b: idlAmons, dated No- 
vettlibcr 11, 1914. admitted to re- 
cord Dccetnber 2nd, 1914, and re- 
corded in Deed Book 04, at page 
834." 
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(i WBu a iii A«ni «i«e i*«r> 
•ecordlitv to lanr (iMt tM «tef«M^ 
ant ki not s rMkfmt of f^ tfutt 
of Vlivlnia. and tiMt YM lait foat 
OWce a^ktreas ia uiMown, and 
fiarther that If he Be dead hu 
lMln-«t-1anr and devisees are 
not r«ti(knta of the State of Vir- 
fiala ani «« wNenown. and ttMt 
any lien erHHtoa. tf any there be, 
of the party nentlOMd hereto, 
«r hla helra or a«^«n«, whose 
Mmea are niytniMm. are not resi- 
dents of the State ol trir«lnia and 
ftat Uieir HMt'poal office acWres*- 
Cs are unknown, and that there 
are or may he oHwr parties i»!ho 
are or may be interested in the 
aublect matter to be sold or dis- 
posed of in this salt vhoee names 
are onknonm, and who shoaM be 
proeeeded a«atnst hy the general 
description of "Parties Onknown." 

It Is ordered »Mt J. D. Sim- 
mom, and all parties onknown do 
apfiear here wKhtn ten days after 
doe pdMleatkm hareof and do all 
things necatsary to protect an 
their interests In this suit. 

A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRBSe. Clerk. 
By: E. H. Atwood, D. C. 
»-lJ-2t , 

Offiec of (he ComnissloaMr of Ae- 
eooote, CtreoH Ooarl. County 
of Prineess Aane, VirtMifai, May 
f. 1«H. 

TO TBC dUBDtTORS OP 
AMY B. MOORB. l^oeased: 

Notkse Is hereby given, pursuant 
to Section e4-l«l. Code of Vir- 
ginia, that the undersrgned Com- 
nilssloner of Accounts having for 
settlement the accounts of The 
National Bank of Commerce of 
Norfolk, Paul D. Moore and Rus- 
aell Is. Pelot, Executors of the es- 
tate of Amy E. Moore, decesed, 
and having lieen requested by the 
said fiduciaries so to* do, has ap- 

Jointed the 31st day of May, 
9M, at teu o'clock, a. m., at 
Room 316 Monticello Arcade 
Building, Norfolk, Virginia, as the 
tttne and place for receiving proof 
of delits or demands against the 
said decedent or her estate. 
ERNEST S. MERRUJLi 
Commissioner of Accounts 
S-IST-O 



, af IWfMfhi: 

AlflM CMK'a OIAm «f the Cir- 
mA CmH «f ffee Conrty off 
niMUflia AttM. Ml Ike 19A *iy 

•f 'ttKf, WW. 

IIAKVIN R. MMtTIN, nalntiff . 

against g 

KiVTHBRRYN PAYS MAimN, 
Defendtmt. 

outer af PriMleiMew 

•ilie <*!ject of this suit Is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et thoro, 
later to be merged into a divorce 
a yinculo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion. And an affidavit 
having been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the last 
known post office address being: 
Washington, North Carolina, it is 
ordered «hat she do appear here 
within ten (10) days after^ due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. PENTRBSS, Clerk. 

By: Gerald P. Williams, D.C. 
p. W. Ackiss. p. q. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 6-3«-4t 



toajp WAITED: B]i9«rieneed lo- 
cal manini operators needed 9^ 
Virginia Beach office. A^^ 
Chesapeaka * Potooaac TMC- 
phone Co. of Va. 309 • aOMd 
Street, Va. Beach. 



10S.P WAMVD: CM mnMad to 
work in Dry dtaiMif ^aat. 
ft^arienee aoi nutmmy. 
Phone IIM. ft-M-lt 



BELP WANTED: Ladies Earn 

Extra Cash, self newest ear- 
rings. Write Kenroe Muneie, 
Ind. »-12-3t 



HfiLP WAfTTED: ^aiU«Mf 
Young lady, n-^at. efficient and 
attractive. To work in ona^of 
the Beach's finest estaMldi- 
menta and Clientele. Write e/o 
Box 4-C, Virginia Beach Sun- 
News. a-Sl-TtW 



tentil Ukivitiortt 

Day ■ Week - Month 
Class if or 21" 

HIRTZ TV 

Phont: 2SS0 



Commdnweallh of tlnMa, 
In the Clerk's Offlee of the Ctr- 
eatt Coart of the Coanty of Prin- 
eess Aane, on the 9th day of 
Miay. IMS. 

VfUnnS MXUiER OCHENKOeKI 
Plaintiff, 
against 
HENIJY WILLIAM OCHEN- 
KOSKI, 

Defendant. 
Order of Publication 
The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce from the said 
defendant, upon the grouncb of 
Desertion. 

And an affioavlt having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
aait is not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 1 Willowdale 
Avenue, Port Washington, Long 
Island. New York it is ordered 
that he do appear here within 
ten (10) days after due publica- 
tion hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his interest 
in tdiis suit. 

A Copy — ^Teste: 
John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: OtTald P. Williams, D.C. 
Richard O. Brydges, p. q. 
Attorney at Law 
206 - l»th Street 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

5-12-4t 



HELP WANTED: First ClasB T.V. 

technician. Good pay. Apgply 
Hlrts T. v., London Bridge or 
Phone Virginia Beach 2560. 

4-21-1*11 

HEIiP WANTHO - MALE: Teach- 
er or advanced student (white 
only) for vacation positKm, 
splendid exi^erience, pleasant 
work, $420.00 for 60 days. Come 
to see O. B. Wynne, Saturday, 
May 28th, Business Rocnn, Ho- 
tel Monticello, Norfolk. No 
phone calls. 6-a6-U 



HBLP WAinVD: S«cretary. Pier- 
ttanent poaltlon. RiortlMad, 
ftpiim. PiMMM 149*. $ aJM. - 
12. »-3i"tt 

mu> WAirrBD: B e auty «*M«- 
tor. Cmwienead ocAf. ivvtf 
Cre^miore Beauty Bakm. a>ll 
Aflantie Ave. J-S-TfH 



UJtnt: ntMmm, Diamond Wrist- 
irat^ lost (m Atiantic Ave. Re- 
ward. Phtme 2M4M. 9-3«-lt 



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anvAtnoM WAmwo: ttibr ^t- 

tbif in my home hy the utA 
or dbilly. between 7:00 and 
4:00. SM-tt 



arPDimOlf WAITAD: W«nted - 
a desiraMe hoone for a hoy 16 
years old. Hopes to be employed 
in summer, attend sejiool hi 
winter. Full malntance and 
medical earc provided. For In- 
formation write to Social Ser- 
vice Bureau, CMM Welfare, S06 
City HaH Are. Norfolk, Va. 

5-M-2t 



BIAVr arrrCR — BaytbM. eve^ 
atam, nlghta. Orandmother. ex- 
p e ri en ced . ntoait ilSt-J. tf 



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HELP WANTED - FEMAM!: 
Teacher or advanced student 
(white only) for vacation posi- 
tion, splendid expertence, plea- 
sant work, $420.00 for 00 days. 
Come in to see O. B. Wynne,. 
Saturday, May aath. Business 
Room. Hotel Monticello, Nor- 
folk. No phone calls. 5-20-lt 



mnVJmcai WAIITHJ: Travel- 
ing Salesman would like to 
Share famished apt. with same. 
A«e 36. Gone over half the 
thne. Write Box 4>P c/o Sun- 
News. 6-l»-3t 



# LIOAL NOriCIS 



NOTICE 

This is to notify the public 
that on May 9, 1965, the under- 
signed trading as the Princess 
Annt Hotel will apply thru the 
Virginia Alcoholic Board to sell 
beer for on primises consumption 
from the Princess Anne Hotel 
25th & Atlanttc Ave. Virginia 
Beach. D. V. it Scott Sterling. 

5-26-lt 



SaAMSmCSB de^res sewli« 
to «e In her home. Dressmak- 
ing, slipcovers, aiceratlons. dra- 
peries, etc. Phone 3800. 



BMiFliOYMENT WANTED: Gen- 
eral carpentry repair work of 
all deacrlptlons. Alteration and 
new home work, Roofing Etc. 
PHA construction loan. No 
down pajrment. Phone 3a04W. 

5-6-4t 

EMPLOYMENT WAlinVD: Roof- 
ing and Sheet Metal Work. 
'Warm Air Heating. Free Esti- 
mate. New or Repair work. 
Phone V. B. 103t. 6-S-4t 



Stuimto !• to IS yean oM 

June IS 1955 

ni Ac 

Waverly Hotel 

Rcglsfnrtioii Inc 11, 13 
mdl4 

CAROLE SCHOOL 
OF FINE ART 

Write Box C, Sun-News 



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FOR SALE OR T&R RS9T: 
Medium size rooming house 
center of best rental section. 
Recently dec(»«ted and nicely 
furnished. Ready for 1956 Sea- 
son. Phone H. O. Moore, with 
Jarvis it Kitchln %3 NiffhU 
1274. 5-12-tfn 



TOR aM£: Rugs - Two Gray 
Wilton, black figure, living 
room rugs. 9 l«r 12 and 4 by 
7, $36.00. Phone ITllJ. 

5-12-3t 



FOR SAI£: Electric, gas stoves 
ar»l heating stoves. Baby bed, 
dinette set, refrigerators, desks, 
beds and many other items, at 
low prices. Phone 82 J 3. 

4-7-TFN 



MISC.: fictra iootf uadt m 
models in rto^. flarta TV 
Phone MOO. 6-30-H 



FOR KENT: 3 
attractively fumWiad rte^rte- 
aily eqM^Pved. Baeellcnt cao«- 
tion. The Ruan OoCta«M. 3II7 
Holly Road. Phone Ml*. 

6-l9-9t 



FOR SALE: Used T. V. All sizes 
ft Makes $29.95 up. Hirtz TV. 
Phone 2550. 5-5-TFN 



FOR SALE: Formica top 52" ta- 
ble with leaf. 4 chairs «35.00. 
anall Pine Desk $15.00. Round 

Cherry table 42", extends to 
54". Queen Anne Style $75.00. 
Phone 3259R after six p. m. 



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Shop for fh« 

WHOLI FAMILY 

•t IIm only 

DIMRTMINT ITOm 

•n tho Batch 



THE 

OUTLET 

201 B Atiantic Ave. 
ttlBphone Va. Beach 718 



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BAKID ENAMEL ! 

AUTO ^ 
PAINTING 

24 Hour Ssrvics 

$49.S0-ttp 

ONI YEAR OUAMNTn : 

JAMES BROS, i 
MOTOR CO. 

; ;Ocsana, Va. I^hone 13Bt| ; 
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Commmiwealth of Virginia: 
In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
County, on the l9th day of 
May. 198S. 
JAMES EDWARD MINOR, 

against Plaintiff, 

BETTY ANN MINOR. Defendant. 
Order of Publication 
The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et thoro, 
to be. later merged into a decree 
for a divorce from the bonds of 
matrimony from the said defend- 
ant, upon the grounds of cruelty 
and desertion. And an affidavit 
.haying been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the last post i 
office address being unknown, it 
is ordered that she do appear here 
within ten (10) days afier due 
publication, hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clei*k. 
By: Oerald P. Williams, D.C. 
Kellam ft Kellam, p. q. 
Board of Trade Bldg., 
Norfolk, Virginia 5-26-4t 



EMPLOYMENT WANTED: Set- 
tled woman will take care cf 
children while mother works. 
Phone 3730 after 6:30 P. M. 

S-12-3t 



FOR SALE: German ARC regis- 
tered puppies - champion sired 
Beautiful show type. Wormed 
and Innoculated. Phone 544J. 

5-19-2t 



FOR SALE: Underwood typewrit- 
er, excellent condition. $50.00. 
Phone 1291 -R after 6 p. m. 

5-26-lt 



FOR REan*: PiumMMd atpwi- 
ment - 1 bedroom, Uvinc leoai. 
dinette. Sectrie eQutpflaaitt. ex- 
cellent CMiditlon. The Hom 
Cotta«es 2»7 fkOg IM. Phone 
1450. 6-l>-» 

FOR RENT: Apartaaa nt, f ive* 
room. Screen porch. Oonqriete- 
ly furnished. ReasonaMe year- 
ly rate. See Holland 411 - 33nd 
St. or Phone 1»». S-lt-lfW 




FOR RENT: 3-<bedroaa hoioe, 
newly built. Everything fur- 
nished. AvailaMe June 1, 1966. 
phone 1353 6-13-3t 



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Cooth Bad in UvtOi Wg*- 
jMOO per week, tHIBtiee. fllr- 

2967 oi 3M8. i-lS-^HI 



FOR SALE: Maytag Ironer — 
used 1 month, Electric Stove, 
needs repair, 1 lot of used Rugs, 
Wardrcbe Trunk. Large Ice Box, 
1 lot of Blankets. Electric Deep 
Fat Fryer, Three section Cof- 
fee Maker. Can be seen at Oc- 
ean Terrace Hotel. Phone 1686 
or 3650. 5-26-lt 



FOR RENT: Attractive furnished 
5 room hotise. Fenced in yard, 
screen porch Southern ex^ 
sure. Electric kitchen. Available 
ncrjv. Rent to Responaihle peo- 
ple. See at 317 - 23(4 Street or 
Phone Norfolk MA 3-11^1. /tlBO. 
large three room d«pMt Qirt- 
ment screen pow^, fumlahed 
or unfurnished. See at tfl^ - 
2l8t. Street or Phone Morf<dll 
MA 2-1923. 6-13-3t 



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FOR SALE: Baby buggy, High 
chair, car-bed, training chair, 
electric stsrlizer and bottles. 
All in good condition. All for 
$85.00. Dog house $5.00 W. A. 
Evert. 812 - 9th St., Virginia 
Beach, Va. 5-19-TPN 



FOR SALE: 1951 24 ft. Howard 
Trailer. Good Condition. Phone 
3834J. Dam Neck Motor Co. 

5-26-4t 



FOR SALE: Boat Trailer $25.00. 
" >4 HP gas engine $15.00. Weed 
Burner $5.C0 Phone 187J3. 

5-26-lt 



FOR RENT: One bedroom apart- 
ment. Heating stove, electric 
cook stove, Electric refrigera- 
tor, electric hot water heater 
and water fumlslwd. At Lon- 
don Bridge near NS RR. Phtme 
14, Virginia Beach. 3-17-TFN 



TOR man: Attraetlw 3 or 3 
hedroon hoasa. Mee Ttttf. 
Screen foteh. Phone 3ai » «» 
3790if. 8-l»-'PW 

fH>R ntm: AttraatlM. m*. 
light, Mvtng room and %*• 
roo* eainMnation. AU Bapvls 
Kitchene^e, TOe bath, So* Mi 
CdM Water. ow na iiiwH to M»- 
meas twtrict. PliWif liW #. 



FOB lUBNT: One or two 
rooms furnished 
Avply Panyaa A^ 
cean Front aad — — ,.-.- 
Ask for Mrs. M a ur a. 6-ll«W» 



MISCELLANEOUS: Secretarial 
telephone service. Dcttendable, 
cfllcient, reliable telei^one 
sentkse. 24 hours a day senrke. 
Phone S99-W. 3-24-TFN 



FOR SALE: AKC Registered 
Beautiful Wienaraner 18 month 
old male dcg. Phone V. B. 
380W11. 6-19-3t 



MISC.: Will watch children from 
8:30 A. M. to 11:30 P. M. Phone 
1380 W. 4-28-TFN 



RESIDENT AGENT 

Ui«i otQanttallM wriHng all mafor liitm of insuranca 
iHtt agancy «|^lng in Virginia Baacit area. Optional 
«im|Mny it«iniQ94M!Bgrant>. 
Will cMtiidtr acKv» part Kme man. 

WMTE OB mONi 

RllaEY E. SIMMONS 

DISTRICT MANAGER 

MRM BUB»^U INSURA^^ COMPANIES 
ni Bevth Slital Ht. MA 2-i>^1 Norfolk 10, Va 



OtMii Ukt Apaitmmts 

AIIANnC AVE. A? SiVENTH ST. 

MODERN ONE AND TWO BSjiiOOAA APARTMENTS 
|Br.SO - $n.50 MonlMy • Yoar 'Roond Rrnitak 



PSimished - Small Additional Charge 

- Lmok'-v fMiMcs • Anqplc PaAiag 
and l%b«r al Vow rrool IhttkT 



GEO. N. BADRAN a CO. 



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BBAITORS 

Vlqiaia Beadi Office — 214 • Mh St. 



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Commonwealth of Virginia, 
In the Clerk's Offlee of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the County af Prin- 
cess Anne, on the 23rd day of 

May. 1»33. 

LE ROY CALL, Pluiutilf, 

&K ft lust 

COLE^A WHTTE CALL, Defend- 

, ant. 

Order of Publication 

The cbject of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce from the Bonds of 
Matrimony from the said defend- 
ant, upon the grounds of Deser- 
tion. 

And an affidavit having l)cen 
made and filed that tlie defend- 
ant is not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last knoWn post 
office |ddress being: Colerain, 
North Carolina it is ordered that 
she do apprar here wiUiin ten 
(10> days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be ne- 
cessary to protect her Interest in 
this suit. 

A Copy — t^este: 
John V. Fentress, derk 
By: Gerald P. Williams, D.C. 
Rcteert Lee Simpson, p. 4. 
200 Twentieth Street 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

, 5-26-4t 



SBRVtCE: All types commercial 
and housattold refrigeration al- 
so tAUndromata. Dealer for 
Winttiigbouaa and Mfldalre. 
W. C. Johhfloti Refrigeration. 
833 11th Btiraet. Vlrilnia Beach. 
Phone 146S - (80 YBARS AT 
VlROimA BBACH) 8-9-TFM 

MISC. WANXM): Used Baby fur- 
niture and clothihg, must be In 
good condition, also email chests 
of dijawers. Things Unlimited 
31st and Padific Ave. Virginia 
Beach, Va. Phone 36T8. 

5-26-lt 

MOBC. Printing IdOO Business 
cards $8.98. Other Office Sup- 
plies - 10 day delivery. Phone 
3M6. Agent will be glad to call 
with samples. S-2fi-U 

niTwANfiO Tp BUY 



FOR BALE: Construction Shack 
8x8, Wired, Oood Condition 
Phone 2670 or 3790M. 

5-19-TPN 



FOR S'^LE: Pups - Ssven Terriers 
Small Breed - $7.00 & $10.00. 
Apply Jacks Service Station, V. 
B. Blvd. Chinese Corner. 

5-26-lt 

FOR SALE: Floor furnace. Iron 
fireman. Electric, Ignitor, and 
circulating fan. Dayton jet wa- 
or with five-gallon tank. Power 
t?r pump. One-third H. P. Mot- 
mower. 18 inch tut. Briggs and 
Stratton Engine. Price reason- 
able. Phone V. B. 375J2. 

5-26-lt 



FOR SALE: Baby buggy. High 
chair, car-»bsd, training ch&ir, 
electric Eterliser and bottles. 
All in good condition All for 
$25.00. Dog house $5.00 W. A. 
Evert 812 - 9th^ St, Virginia 
Beach 3402-J 6-19-TFN 



FOR BALE: Carriage for sale - 
Uke New. $20.00 - Apply 1412 
Cypress. 5-6-TPN 



FOR RENT: Large Apt. Living 
room, dinette, kitchen, bath, 
with large bedroom Cleal^ re- 
frigerator and stove. Conveni- 
ent to N. A. S. Vacant June 1st. 
Call V. B. 3836 W. One Lon- 
don St. L B. S-36-2t 



FOR RENT: Furnished house. 
Kitchen, living room, dining 
room, and two large bedrooms. 
Utility room, nice enclosed 
porch. Yearly lease. 433 - 6th 
St. Phone 1873J. S-36-lt 



FOR MBIT: ThfOa 
three and four 
lahed. On aama m fBk ffm 
from 1 to B yava « mmnmt' 
Marrow Uoek to edaan. •m- 
vMiient to afanrttilna. none 
PortsBBOuth WX. • 33133. 

FOR RENT: 2 down-stairs «|hrt- 
ments, l four roeoi apt* and 
three-room apartment 31i H)^ 
Street (behind Post 0fil«t) 
Convenient one bloalt frcii oa* 
ean. Rent hy week, m<mtB« or 
summer. Phone Idll W. 

9-3a-tf« 



FOR RE^rT: Furnished Apts. In 
The Hartdale, 20th St. Come 
and See. Phone 3660 or 1686. 



FOR SALE: 8 cubic foot Deep 
Freeze just like new. Phone 
3737. 5-26-lt 



FOR BALE: Two water front 
building sites In Alanton. Or 
will trade for lot In or near 
V. B. Look for sign on proper- 
ty. Phone V. B. 375J2. 5-26-lt 



FOR SALE— 6 cu. foot chest type 
AMANA freezer. Excellent con- 
dition. Phone 2943. 3-17-TPN 



FOR SALS: "POSTED. NO 
TRESPASSINO. NO HUNTINO, 
NO FISHINO" signs. Painted 
on water Proof cardboard 25c 
each or $2.00 per dosen. Vir- 
ginia Beach Bun-News, 3108 
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ACTION 



2S— / 



RECENTLT Of STALLED CLUB OITICEIIS 




netarcd above lire Uie new officers of the Janior 
were recently installed by Mrs. W. P. Kellam, the 
Harry Bomham, contact chairman from the Wo 
Everett Martin, corresponding secretary; Mrs. C. 
O. KeDam, president; Mrs. William F. Ferrell. fir 
president; Mrs. James A. Johnson, third vlce>pres 
president. The installation banqnet was held at 



Woman's Clab of Princem Anne r«mty, wlM» 
club's first president. Left to right tliey are: Mrs. 
man's Clab; Mrs. Doris Ellieri^e, trtmaaet; Mrs. 
Douglas Reese. reeordin( secretary; Itfrs. James 
st rice-president; Mrs. John Dennis, second Ttee- 
ident, and Mrs. William A. Green, foorth -rlce- 
the American Legion Clab. . — rhoto by Bolce 



Ideas for the 

Mfidern Homemaker 

^j, m.. £LaUL lb. 3>eJ 

County Home. Agent 



CONQXTERINO 
CUTWOfeMS— 

SWhat gardener has not had 
the sad experience of strolling 
Into the garden one fine morning 
only tA find his newly transplant- 
M rjatooage, broccoli, toinatoes or 
{knrers nipped off at the ground? 
iTie nocturnally operating villain 
1b one of the many varieties of 
(utworms. 

Until the advent of chlordane 
%r preparations containing chlor- 
dane, the only protection was the 
laborious placing of paper collars 
or bands around the stems of the 
plants, or putting out dangerous 
Doison bait. Now, all you need to 
do it mi^ a little chlordane with 
each gallon of transplanting wa- 
ter or starter solution. The manu- 
facturer's packaire will tell you 
how much to use per gallon. 

M!T THE PLANT, cover the roots 
with soil, then pour » cupfol of 
the solution aroimd the plant so 
that it will permeate the ^tire 
Boll depth from surface to the 
roots. When the cutworm crawls 
up through the soil, and comes in 
contact with the chlordane-treat- 
, ed area, his hours are numibered. 
Another method of cutworm 
control Is to sprinkle a chlordane 
solution — or use a chlordane 
dust — on the soil surface around 
the newly set-out plants. It can 
be worked very lightly into the 
top half-inch or so of soiK 

flXESE PilOCElDURBS are Just 
plain good insurance with a 
irery low premium rate. 
, Another good thing about the 
chlordane method — it also con- 
trols the troublesome maggot that 
eats roots of the young cabl^age 
irfants. 

* * « • * 

HOT DYE WOli 
RBNiW Ruas— 

§An application of hot dye will 
mt^e it possible to renew the 
Mirface of an old rug. For best 
nsidts,' select a medium shade of 
, the dominating background col<^- 
oS the rug. If the rug is pattern- 
Mi, the application of dye will not 
cover the pattern, but the two 
Will blend into a hiore pleasing ef- 
ftct. A neutral^ color may be 
ifcped one of the warm, popular 
colors in a medium shade. 

mosOLVE three packages of the 

colpr chosen in I'j gallons of 

bOilinff water. Boil five minut^ 

to be sore all the dye has been 



dissolved. Add one cup of salt and 
stir until dissolved. Use only one- 
half the solution at one time, 
keeping the other half hot. Pro- 
tect the floor with newspapers 
and brush dye on with a paint or 
scrab brush. Brush with the pile. 
If a hard surface, such as a porch 
floor, can be used, the dyeing can 
be done more quickly with a 
broom. Apply the dye just as hot 
as possible. A second coat of hot 
dye will give better results. At 
least 24 hours should elapse be- 
tween applications. 

AFTER YOU GET the color you 
want, go over the damp rug 
with a medium hot iron to help 
set the color. Then go over the 
rug wit ha damp cloth to remove 
any loose dye, and to prevent the 
color from cracking. Upholstery 
can also be dyed by this method. 
About six hours later, go over tl^e 
surface with a stiff broom and 
brush the pile In the opposite di- 
rection. It will then finish drying 
in an erect position, which gives 
a velvety richness to the color. 

After a rug is dyed it usually 
needs to be re-sized. Cotton wov- 
en, braided and chocheted rugs 
can be dyed, easily in the washing 

machine. 

* * * • • 

MAKE CUT FLOWERS 
LAarLONOERr- 

§ Research has disproved that 
flowers cut in early morning 
will last longer. They explain more 
nutrients are retained in flowers 
cut In the later afternoon. Nu- 
trients are necessary for a long 
life of a cut stem. These nutrients 
are used ui* rapidly at night when 
plants make their fastest growth. 
Plunge the flowers after cut- 
ting into warm water until they 
freshen up. then into cold water 
until you are ready to arrange 
them. ' 



In less than nine years of op- 
eration, the Ford Motor Company 
Rotunda at Deartjom, Mich, has 
become one of the nation's top 10 
tourist attractions. 



The Aiperican Cancer Society 
points out that the only approved 
means of curing cancer today are 
surgery and radiation by x-ray or 
radium. 



About 110 countries or areas of 
the world connect with Virginia's 
telephones by overseas radio, ca- 
ble or land lines. 



FT. §TOBY 
TELLINGS 



Troops and DUKWs from Fort 
Story led military and naval units 
in Norfolk's Armed Forces Day 
parade that swung through the 
city's downtown area. With the 
commanding officer of the 5th 
Transportation Battalion, Lt. Col. 
James F. Wolaver, as Commander 
of Troops, the marching units and 
amphibs made a trim and colorful 
showing in the long procession 
which enjoyed ideal weather. In 
nearby Portsmouth, Fort Story 
was represented by DUKWs and 
troops of the 461st "Barracudas" 
Transportation Company, com- 
manded by Capt. Thomas M. 

Lawler, Jr. 

• • • 

Memorial Day also will have 
Story in the Norfolk parade that 
traditionally observes the holiday. 
For this occasion the 461st, a S4th 
T Battalion unit, again will rep- 
resent the post with DUKWs and 
foot troops. The 100-man march- 
ing detachment will be command- 
ed by Capt. Thomas M. Lawler 

Jr. as In tlie Portsmouth parable. 

• • * 

Soldier of the Week at Story, 
for the second time In less than 
a month, is 28-year-old SPC Rob- 
ert R. Collins, Signal supply ser- 
geant In the Post Signal Section. 
Collins, whose home is In Homes- 
dale, Pa., is a member of Head- 
quarters Company, 5th Transpor- 
tation Terminal Command B. 
. . «••■>■ 

Sergeant Collins, as Soldier of 
th» Week, again shared the re- 
viewing stand on .the post parade 
ground with staff officers at the 
weekly garrison review. In the 
absence of the post commander. 
Col. Edwin A. Deagle, the Assist- 
ant S-3. MaJ. David A. Duffy, 
served as Reviewing Officer, with 
MaJ. George L. Williams and 
Capt. Warren L. Oreen as mem- 
bers of his sftaff. Commander of 
Troops was Lt. Col. James F. 
Wolaver, with a staff composed 
of MaJ. James A. McCaffrey, Capt. 
John F. Myrdek and 1st Lt. Rob- 
ert Kimura. 

• * * 

Best Marching Unit at this re- 
treat review was judged to be the 
606th DUKW Company, a unit of 
the 5th T Battalion, commanded 
by 1st Lt. Nathaniel R. Thomp- 
son. Award of the guidon stream- 
er to the 612th DUKW Company, 
a 54th T Battalion unit command- 
ed by Capt. William M. Dean, 
was made by Maj. David A. Duf- 
fy in recognition of its marching 
performance for the previous 
week. 

• • *. 

Letters of Congratulation fnmi 



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Store Hours 9 a. m. to 10 p. m. 



UttltL«|gM 
KlilwrrFrMiy 

A Little League "WxMit" pro- 
gram wlU be laoaehiil vt the 
Virginia Beaeh MoBOrfal stadium 
on Friday nlgltt, June 3. it has 
been announced t^ J. T. Oailey. 
president of the IfaUoml League 
and founder of the Little League 
In Vlrgmia Beach. 

Mayw TttspSL A. Dtoch Is sche- 
duled to parradpate in the pro- 
gram and he wiU Introduce Dai- 
ley and the {H-e^dent of the Am- 
erican League. 

The presidents ot the leagues 
will introduce the sptmsors of the 
various teams AS w^I as the imi- 
plre-ln-chlef for league p\as. The 
teams wlU play an exhroition 
game with each team playing two 
Innings. 

Natimial League teuns Include 
the "Pipers." "JC Hawks," "Thun- 
dtn-birds' and the "Little Giants." 
In the American Leaigue the 
teams are the "Cirifts." the "Ti- 
gers." the "Rotarlans* and th^ 
"Sports." 

The National League games will 
be played on Monday and Wed- 
nesday evenings st«rtlng June 6 
and the American Let^rue games 
will be played on Tuesday and 
Thursday evenings starting June 
7. 



Truck Industry 
Staging Special 
Safety Prograei 

The Trucking industry in Vir- 
ginia has announced a safety 
campaign, "Partners In Safety," 
as a co-operative effort In the 
"Slow Down and Live" campaign 
of the Governor's Highway Saf- 
ety Commlt'tee. 

"the special drive will extend 
from Memorial Day Through La- 
bor Day, says W- E. Bristow, saf- 
ety committee chairman for the 
Virginia Highway Users Associa- 
tion. 

Each fleet operator has been 
requested to sign a company 
pledge, and have company em- 
ployees at headquarters and each 
terminal sign individual pledges 
to exercise special safety precau- 
tions during the campaign period 
In addition to normal safety ac- 
tivity. 

Signed safety pledge rostei'6 will 
be displayed in company Iniild- 
Ings. The American Trucking As- 
sociations is supplying a billfold 
size certificate of participation for 
each employee. 

Company and employee owned 
cars and trucks will bear 4 x 14 
inch bumper stickers emphasiz- 
ing "Slow Down and Live" and 
"Partners in Safety" as remind- 
ers to motorists and pedestrians 
to iie ever alert to accident pre- 
vention, Bristow said. 

At the conclusion of the cam- 
paign every truck fleet that has 
co-opei>ated and used all of the 
material will receive a Citation of 
Merit. Each driver of cars and 
trucks will receive a billfold Ci- 
tation for Safe Driving upon com- 
pletion of the period without a 
chargeable accident. 



the Anny Chief of Staff, General 
Matthew B. Ridgway, have ))een 
received by two Story basketball 
stars who were members of the 
Fort Bustls Basketball Team 
which recently won the 1955 All- 
Army Basketball Championship 
held at Fort Benning, Ga. They 
are Cpl. Gene Musolf of Head- 
quarters and Headquarters Com- 
pany, 54th T Battalion, and Pvt. 
Albert A. Antinelle of the 3d AAA 
Group. General Ridgway's letter 
came down to the two men thru 
command channels with congrat- 
ulatory messages from Lt. Gen. 
Floyd L. Parks, Commanding Gen- 
eral of the Second Army; Brig. 
Gen. Rush B.i, Lincoln Jr.. Com- 
manding GenCTal of Fort Eustis, 
and Story's commanding officer. 

Col. Edwin A. Deagle. 

* * • 

Story's three beaches open this 
week, and members of the com- 
mand again have lieen reminded 
of the hazards involved in any 
violation of swimming regulations. 
Each beach will be manned by a 
Special Services lifeguard and a 
DUKW for emergency use, and 
wiD lie open daily from 9:30 a.m. 
to 7:30 p.m. The three beach ar- 
eas are situated behind the Offi- 
cers and Non-C(»unissioned Offi- 
cers Clubs and the Bachelor Offi- 
cers Quarters area. 



Didvnoficl bisfgfwa 

WillbeAwafded 

N&WVeteran$ 

Thirty dlaiiMmd Insignia htm- 
orii« fifteen hundred years ol 
railroading will be iH-eaented to 
as m^y men at tlM annual gath- 
ering of the Norfolk and Western 
Veterans Associatton in Roanoke 
on SatuKtay. May 28. 

lUfeW President R. H. Smith 
will award the emMems before an 
audience of more than 2,000 vet- 
erans of more than 20 years with 
the railroad. A special all-Pull- 
man train and extra sleepers at- 
tached to regular trains will bring 
veterans tram more distant points 
to the l»th yearly meeting, fe 
addition a special coach train will 
be operated frmn Bluefield to Ro- 
anoke. 

Maynard E. Sensenbrenner. ma- 
yor of Columfbus. Ohio, will ad- 
dress the morning session which 
opens in American Legion audi- 
torium at ten. Association Presi- 
dent R. T. Halsltp will preside. 

The first emblem win be pre- 



ftOf&CM BOCmiENf 

cormn ari availabm; 

Facsimile capita of the Declar- 
ation of Independence, the Con- 
stitution of the United States and 
the Bill of Rights, along with a 
history of each document, are ob- 
tainable in a handsome folder, 14 
by 11 iiwhes, for the sum of 25 
cents. They may be .secured by 
writing to the National Archives, 
Washington K. D. C. Enclose only 
cash. Stamps are not 8ceeptfrt>le. 

st^ed to Herbert H. Williams <rf 
Roanoke, the oldest man in point 
of service, a conductor on the 
Powatan Anrow. whose record will 
show 52 yArs. 10 mcmths and 25 
days with wie N&W. 

Entertainment in the afternoon 
will be provided by General Elec- 
tric's "House of Magic" show, fa- 
mous'popular science iM'esentation 
brought to Roanoke especially for 
'the meeting. An afternoon snack 
will follow. All restaurants in Ro- 
anoke win honor meal tickets for 
food. 



eNeniSFEET 



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Is soared by constipation? Blaek- 
DraocM* brine* wmterfnl relief when 
yon feel losy, soSer gassy dicesttve op- 
■et (lam constipation. Helps sweeten 
sovr stomach at same time! 



Mo harsh criping. Thoronghly but gently 
nnoorlu aU » feet of clogged intettinea. 
Oomfonlng relief from constipation wtiile 
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loo. Get Black-DraoiJit today. 
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mom in nem, e«sr-(o-tafce faMett, toot 
When constipation 
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The very first copy of the Declar- 
atio nof Independence had only 
the signatures of John Hancock 
and Charles Thomson. 



TO GMDUATE 




Scheduled to be graduatod from 
the United Stat»k Naval Academy 
at Annapolis, Md., on Friday, 
June 3, Is Midn. 1/c Thomas N. 
Brown, son of Comrnnander and 
Mrs. Nicholas 'A. Brown of 8305 
Atlantic Avenue. Virginia Beac'h. 

Brown entered the Naval Aca- 
demy on a reserve appointment In 



X A. Johmofi I 
Afuvimf Df r^^M* ^ 

me. and Un. Ames A. John- 
son and frnmOf of 807 Ctrni^ 
Drive. VirgliAi Be*eh, vfartted in 
Oiwnvllle, If. C., Over the past 
weekend aa gumts of Dr. ai^ Mrs. 
Percy leoet. <a the CaroHmi Col- 
lege faculty. While In Oreaivilte 
Mr. Johnson was installed as • 
directm- of the East C^uotiBS CcH- 
lege AlufflUU Aaaodatkm st Uts 
general ahrauH meeUiw. 

Mr. Johnson Is prineivti ot the 
Virginia Beach High Behooi aiMl 
in addition to btAng m gfMhiate of 
East Carolina College be was a 
memtwr of the college faodty for 
three ye«rs before aeceptinc his ^ 
present position at the Virtlnia ^ 
Beach school. 

July. 1951, after serving as a sea-, 
man app$rentiee in the Naval Re- 
serve. He is a graduate of Killls 
High School in Sliver Spring. 
Maryland, and attened Winiam 
and Mary College for one year. 



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^ VIRGINIA SfACH SUN - NEWS, THURSDAY, MAY 16. 1955 



PA0lCHt 



SOaETY DOINGS IN VIRGINIA BEAOHANDPRINCESSAIf*^^ 



MiM FroncM Smith Chooses 
Attendants For Jnne Wedding 



MlM Kay Fnmtn Smith, whose 
ayirrti«e to Phaip Ward Richard- 
■on will take place on Saturday 
afternoon. June 18, at five o'clock, 
in the Eastern Shwe Chapel. Lon- 
don Bridge, has chosen as her 
maid of honnr her alster. Miss 
Aim DeVore Smith, of Lynnhaven. 

Bridesmaids will be Miss Nancy 
Lee Stecer and Miss Bffie Lee 
Dougherty of Norfolk; Miss Lil- 
lian Belle Booker <rf mrglnia 
Beach: Miss AnnalwUe Vllliers 
Plenon of Merion, PeniMi., and 
Ifta Roaemary Henry of Selma. 
Ala. Miss Elisalieth Helen Smith, 
of Richmcmd, niece of the bride- 
cleet, will be flower girl. 

Rtmald Nbrtwrt Friedrich, of 
Jackson Heights, N. Y., will be 
best man, and the gro<mi8men 
will be George Bernard Smith, 
Jr., of Richmond, brother of the 



bride; CtMndr. William Castle 
Rlcharcbon. USN. <rf PlttMHirgh, 
brother of the l>rldegro<mi-elect; 
Lt. Cmdr. Laurence Baxter Rich- 
ardson, Jr., USN. of St. Mary's 
County. Md., also a brother of the 
brld«nro<Hn-elect; Huh^recht ,h>- 
hannes Lankester. of New York 
City, and Richard Byron Attrldge, 
of Atlanta. Oa. 



Daughter Bom 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacobs of 
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.of their second daughter. Betty 
Jane. cv» April 27. 

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Betty Jane Huffaker, daughtter of 
Mrs. Gail Huffaker of Virginia 
Beach, and the late Mr. Huffaker. 



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Mlas Juanita AJdridge, whose 
marriaee to Midshipman Plntard 
Magruder Dyer. HI. will take 
place on June 11. is being enter- 
tained at serveral parties. 

Mrs. Henry R. Weaver enter- 
tained last Thursday evening at 
eight o'clock at a linen shower in 
Mtsa Aldridge's honor. The party 
was given at Mrs. Weaver's home 
on Hamilton Avenue, Norfolk, and 
guests, in addition to the guest 
of honor, numbered 18. 

Mrs. William Alton Carswell, 
aunt of the bride-elect, enter- 
tained Tuesday evening at her 
home on Hanover Avenue. Nor- 
folk. The affair was a kitchen 
shower, and guests numbered M. 

Tomorrow evening. Mrs. Ethel 
C. Carswell will entertain at a 
miscellaneous shower in honor of 
her granddaughter. The party 
will be given at Mrs. Carswell's 
home, Mayfleld Cottage. Atlan- 
tic Avenue, and guests will nian- 
ber 25. 

, Mrs. Aubrey N. Holmes will en- 
tertain Saturday at coffee, hon- 
oring Miss Aldridge. The party 
will be given at Mrs. Holmes* re- 
sidence on Baltic Avenue, and the 
guests will number 16. 



Ifol^-In-One" 
Party EnioT«d 

On Simday artemoon. May 22. 
150 guests enjoyed the 'Hoie-in- 
One" Tournament and l»rt>ecue 
at the Princess Anne Country 
Club. Afternoon showers caused 
both events to be held indoors, 
but did not dampen the festive af- 
fair. 

Winners in the "Hole in One 
Putting Contest" l)eld on the 
"tricky" course of the living room 
rug were: Cmdr. B. W. Schuman, 
Jr.. first prize in the men's divi- 
sion; Nere E. Day, Jr.. second 
prize in the men's division: Mrs. 
Alma Bratten, first prize in the 
ladies', division: Mrs. William R. 
Humiicutt. second prize in the la- 
dies' divi.sion. 

The bartKcue table held pork 
barbecue, chicken barbecue, de- 
viled vrabs, as.sorted .salads and 
liquid refreshments. 



Three Virginia Beach Girls Will 
Graduate From Longwood June 5 



Art School W«D I Miss Rose Canort 

To Wed In June 




The Carlle School a! Art will 
open in the Waverley Hotel on 
June 15. it has been announced 
hy Miss Carole Lee Cartwright. 
who win serve as instructress. 

The school wlU be open to stu- 
dents between the ages of ten and 
eighteen years. Classes will be 
conducted onc€ a week. Registra- 
tion dates are June 11. 13 and 14. 

Miss Cartwright has served as 
an art instructress in the Norfolk 
City Schools, at the Richmond 
Professional Institute and the 
College of William and Mary. 



Engagement Of 
Interest Here 

Mr. and Mrs. James Henry 
Deibert of Peterslourg announce 
the engagement of their daughter. 
Miss Nancy Ellerton Deibert. to 
Winiam Clarence Williams, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Jean Wil- 
liams, of Petersbitrg. 

The wedding will take place in 
the late summer. 

Miss Deibert Is a graduate of 
Holllns College, and spent her 
Junior year studying in Tours and 
Paris, Prance. 

Mr. Williams, who attended 
Washington and Lee University. 
Is a student at the Medical Col- 
lege of the Virginia School of 
Dentistry, In Richmond. 

Miss Deibert is the granddaugh- 
ter of Mrs. Gteorge Clifton Eller- 
ton and the late Lt. Cmdr. BUer- 
ton, and of Mrs. Clarence Dei- 
bert of Norfolk, and the late Mr. 
Deibert. Miss Deibert has fre- 
quently visited at the Beach. 



Horse Show On 
Saturday At 3 

A horse show for pupils of Mrs. 
Gerry M. Asburn's horsemanship 
school will be held at Mrs. Ash- 
burn's farm on Great Neck Road 
on May 28. at 3 p. m.. it has been 
announced. 

The show will include run offs 
in six classes with 25 pupils par- 
ticipating. Judge for the show 
win be Mrs. Iris McNeil, of Lex- 
ington. Va. 

It was announced that the show 
will be open to the public 



Nancy Lee Taylor 



Three .senior.s from Virginia 
Baach are among the 105 candi- 
dates for degrees to be conferred 
at the Longwood College gradu- 
ation exerL-i-ses June 5 at Parm- 
ville. 

They are: the Misses Margaret 
Ann Pelton. Audrey Lee Mor.se 
and Nancy Lee Taylor 

Mis,s Felton is a candidate for a 
B.S. depree in elementary educa- 
tion. She is a member of Zeta 
Tau Alpha, social sorority, and 
the Colonnade .staff, .student ma- 
gazine. A graduate of Oceana 
High School, she is the daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Felton. 

Also a candidate for a B.S. de- 
gree in elementary education. 



Nancy Waterf ield 
Engaged To Wed 

Mr. and Mrs. Otho West Water- 
field. 11. of Virginia Beach, an- 
nounce the engagement of their 
daughter. Miss Nancy Dines Wa- 
terfield. to Roland Otto Halstead. 
j Jr., .son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland 



MLss Morse is president of Delta 
Sigma Epsilon, social sorority, is 
pubi'city advisor of the Associa- 
tion of Childhood Education, and 
a member of Future Teachers of 
America. She Ls a graduate of 
Oceana High School, and is the 
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Els- 
worth Morse. „ , j .. .,_■ 

Otto Hal.stead. of Princess Anne 
Miss Taylor is working toward j county, 
a B.S. degree in elementary edu- ^jg^ Waterfield attended Pearce 



Mrs Mary LeNofr Canon 
Lynnhaven. announces tAt 
gagement of her daughter. 
Rose Jacqueline Carson to 
Hunter Butt, son of M*. ami \&s. 
James Tatem Butt, of South Nor- 
folk, 

Miss Carson is the ^mhUr ot 
Wallace D, Carson of Harialk. 

Mr. Butt attended the J9ort<A 
Dlvisimi, College of WUIiaiii mat 
Mary-VPI for two yenr^ and wi» 
graduated from Virginia Pcrfytech- 
nic In.stttute. nackrfmrg. m 19t^ 
with a B8 degree in meehanieal 
enfflneerinfi^. 

The wedding will take pkiM on 
.June 5 



Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Wel- 
ton. ni. and family will move to- 
morrow from 74th Street to their 
new heme in Bay Colony. 



cation. She is treasurer of Future 
Teachers of America, and a mem," 



Junior College. Raleigh. N. C. 
Mr. Halstead is attending Wake 



ber of the Association of Child-^ Forest College, Wake Forest. N. C. 
hood Education, Cotillion Club.^ j|o date has been announced for 
and Theta Sigma Upsilon. .social tf,g wedding." 
sorority. The daughter of Mrs 



Mary o' ¥aylor. she is a graduate 
of Oceana High School. 



Coctail Party 
Honors Couple 

Mr. and Mrs, R, Lee Bonney. 
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dennis. Jr., 
and Mr. and Mrs. William P. 
Kellam entertained last Saturday 
evening at a cocktail party at the 
Kellam home in nonor of Mrs, 
Luclle Clark Webb and Paul Tosh 
Cahoon. Jr., of Suffolk, who will 
exchange marriage vows June 18. 

Guests numbered eighty. 



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Miss E&nlly Jane Blake has se- 
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wedding day. Her marriage to Lt. 
(Jg\ Donald Stephen Lawrence, 
USN. win take place at four 
o'clock In the afternoon at the 
First Baptist Chimsh. Norfolk. 

Miss Florence Ray<bon Blake 
will be maid of honor for her sis- 
ter. The bridesmaids will be Miss 
Mary Conroy Wilson of Clarke 
County, cousin of the bride-elect: 
Miss Jacqueline Diane Marshall, 
Miss Ellen Ellis Thomas, of Suf- 
folk, and Miss Margaret Stracfa- 
an Wilkinson. 

Carter* Sullivan will be best 
man for Lieutenant Lawrence. 



Cocktail-Dance 

Around 125 guests attended the 
cocktail-dance given by the Vir- 
ginia Beach Assembly last Fri- 
day. The party was given at the 
Princess Anne Country Club at 
six o'clock aifd dinner was served 
at nine o'clock. 



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Ifrs. E. C. l^ust and Oonrao- 
«ere And Mn. CMear Snith. re- 
limenUng the Princess Anne 
Owrden Club, and Wn. YImen S. 
Lewis and Mrs. Carl F^r^iery. re- 
presentiiui the Virginia Beach 
Oarden Ciub, attended the 35th 
mnuftl meettng of the Garden 
Cluto of Virginia. h*ld last weelt 
In Lynchtourg. 

Highlight of the meeting, over 
which the president. Mrs. ThWB- 
as E. Thome of Williamaburg, 
resided, was the OCV's decision 
to puWUsh ItSyiOwn periodical, re- 
pkkcii^ Garden Oosslp. formerly 
sponsored >by the organization. 
The new publication will ^ edit- 
ed by Mrs. It(«er L. Mann, form- 
er editor of Garden OcMspi. and 
will be puttlished by the Dietz 
PreM. Details of publication, pol- 
tey. number of Issues, material 
and eventual name will be left 
to the editor and the new stand- 
ing committee appointed to su- 
pervise the publication, which 
will be headed by Mrs. Robert M. 

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Jeffress of Richmond, second vice 
president of the Virginia Club. 

Oroas receipts of $35,564 for 
Historic Garden Week. 1955. were 
given by Mrs. Hallowell EMcWn- 
son of Richmond, chairman. Sat- 
isfaction was expressed with this 
figure, an increase of $2«00 over 
last year, considering the unus- 
ually bad weather throughout the 
state at that time. An unusually 
large percentage of out-of-state 
visitors was rejwrted, with many 
foreign countries and 4S of the 48 
states being represented among 
the 20.000 visitors. 

Restoration tind reconstruction 
progress at Woodlawn, the pres- 
ent project of GCV, was given by 
Mrs. A. E. Kendrew of Williams- 
burg, chairman. Former reMora- 
tions at Kenmore and Stratford 
were also improved during the 
past year. 

The Franklin Oar^n Chib was 
welccmed into the organization, 
the recommendation being made 
by Mrs. C. James Andrews, PJor- 
folk. chairman of the admissions 
committee. 

State-wide approval has already 
been felt of the bestowing of the 
GCV coveted Massle Medal Award 
to Hunter Perry and his sister, 
Mrs. Lillian Perry Edwards of 
Charlottesville for their timely ac- 
tion in preserving historic Goshen 
Pass for Virginia, when its tim- 
berlands were threatened by a 
lumbering company. 

At the final business session, 
Mrs. Charles F. Holden; Alexan- 
dria, and Mrs. Junius P. Elsh- 
burne, Roanoke, were elected to 
the board, replacing the outgo- 
ing directors. 

Local Clabs Honored 

The GCV, in session, sent a tel- 
egram to Miss Elizabeth Gregory 
Hill, long-time president of' the 
Princess Anne Garden Club, ex- 



Personal Mtmkm 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kunkler 
of 2Wh Street will leave Sunday 
for Hickory, N. C. where they will 
attend the commencement exer- 
cise at Lenoir Rhyns CoUege. 
Their son. ttevid Kunkler, will be 

among the graduates. 

• • « ' 

Mrs. Floyd Dormire is spending 

seme time in New York City. 

• • • 

Mr, and Mrs'. William Etorden 
xpent several days last week at 

Natural Bridge. 

• • • 

Richard Taylor Uttle will re- 
turn this weekend from St. Rita's 
Schocl in Cincinnati to spend the 
summer with his t«rents. Mr. a'nd 

Mrs. D. Conrad LKtIe. 

• * • 

Mrs. William Kimbell of Rich- 
mond is spending, several days 
this week with her brother-in-law 
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. Peter 
Holland, m, at their home in 
Kiy Colony. 

• • * . 
Captain Roland Lawson, USA, 

' and Mrs. Lawson, win arrive Sat- 
urday from Omaha. Neb., to spend 
two weeks with Mrs. Lawson's 
mother, Mrs. Walter F. Guy. at 
her home on Avenue B. Mrs. Guy 
has also had as her guest for sev- 
eral days this week her son, Lt. 
W. Franklin Guy. Jr., USCO. Mi- 
ami, Fla. 

• • • 

Miss Kate Dletrlck, Miss Nisa 
Dey and Miss Myrtle Cleary will 

pressing regret that she was un- 
able to attend. A Conservation 
award was given to the Princess 
Anne club for its outstanding 
achievements in this field during 
the past year. The Virginia Beach 
Oardefi Club again received spe- 
cial tribute from the state organ- 
ization for having, for two years 
in a row, the highest daily re- 
ceipts in the history of Garden 
Week in Virginia, 



arrive today fn»i HtClaWMid to 
spend several d»i» as guests of 
Mr, and Mn. Nathaniel P. Lee at 

their home on a2nd Street. 

• • • 

George Aldridge, Jr., a student 
at the University of Richmi^d. 
will arrive next Tuesday to spend 
his summer vacation with his par- 
ents, Mr. and Mrs. George AM- 

ridge. on 2%id SUeet. 

• • ■ 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis N. Cren- 
shaw and two ytning daughtcfs. 
who have been raiding on 59th 
Street, have moved to their home 

In Norfolk. 

• • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Ifoward Moort 
returned Monday to their home In 
Litchfield, Conn., after q>ending 
a few dayb as guests of Mr. and 

Mrs. M. Ward Code. 

• * • 

Captain and Mrs. H. O. Bern- 
strom have returned to their home 
in Bay Colony after three years 

inu Royan, France. 

• • • ' 

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Clark 
spent last weekend at Big Mea- 
dows. They were a(x<Hnpanied by 
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Alexander. 

of Norfolk. 

• • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Nord- 
man. of Grand Rapids, Mich., are 
visiting Mrs. Nbrdman's brother 
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. 
R. V. Randall, at their home on 
Mediterranean Avenue. Mr. and 
Mrs. Norrdman were accompanied 
by their son and daughter- in- 
law, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nord- 

man, of Detroit. 

• * • 

Mr. -and Mrs. R. A. Brig'gs, Jr., 
spent last week at Cape Hatteras 

on a fishing trip. 

• • * 

Miss Juanita Aldridge will leave 
Saturday for Annapolis, Md., to 
attend June Week. Her parents, 
Mr. and Mrs. George Aldridge, 
will leave Wednesday, June 1. for 
Annapolis to attend the gradua- 
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• • • 

Mr. and Mn. Aokot A llBylor 
spent laat weekend tn Arlington 
M guests of Mfs. TaylWs bro- 
ther and sister-ln-laiw, Mr. and 

Mrs. RalDh K. Dawaon. 

• • • 

The Rev. and Mrs. BdMund 
Berkeley spent last week in Lum- 
bertcMi, N. C. with Mrs. Berke- 

1^'s oMthn. Mn. Jcdm FuUcr. 

• • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard F. Smith 
of Manila. P. I., spmt tast week- 
end as gwests oi Mr. uid Mn. F. 
DenUwl toweU, at tlMir hoaM on 

54th mreet. 

• • * 

Mrs. Roy B. Martin ot Norfolk 
spent last weekend with Mr. and 

Mrs. John B. Iforfleet. Jr. 

• • • 

Mr. and Mra. R. Lm Page left 
last week t^ plane to speiul some 

tbne traveling in Curope. 

• • • 

Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Luta. of 
Rk> de Janiero, Braadl. qwnt last 
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. O. 

E. Miller at their home In Bay 

Colony. 

• • • 

T3r. SeUwyn has returned to his 
home in the Mayflower apart- 
ments after attending the annual 
convention ot the American Col- 
lege of Cardlol<«y in New York 

City. 

• • • 

Mr. and Mn. S«Men Orandy 
have as their guest Mr. Orandy's 
sister. Miss JuUa Orsndy, of flkl- 

timcure, Md. 

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Mrs. Jack Seawell recently 
spent several days with her par- 
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mc- 
Qrath, at their home in Bay Col- 
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nah to Join Mr. Seawell and they 
will make their home in the Geor- 
gia city. Mrs. Seawell before her 
marriage in May was Miss Claire 
McOrath. 



DAR Wil Dtedkale A^arbie Plaque 
Al Eastern Shoire Chapel Sunday 



It^ iras announjced bv .the Prin- 
Aiwie County Chapter, Na- 
ti<mal Society of the Daughters of 
the iMeri(»n Revolution, meeting 
with Mrs. I. W. Hardy in Kemps- 
ville last Saturday, that the de- 
dication of a maiMe pla<iue on 
the Baatem mme Chapel at 
Lynnhaven would take place on 
ftmday. May ao. 

ReiMrts on the mitlonal Con- 
gTMa in Washltwton were given 
by lAas BeUle Bdwards, pc«e to 
Oon«r^. Mn. R. B. Tynes, Re- 
gent and delegate, gave a report 
showing the gold star honor roll 
she brought baek from Wash- 
lngt<m. 

Mrs. G. K. Willis was welcomed 
as a new montoer. 

CWieers reporting for the year 
were: Mn. Tynes, Regent; Mrs. 
W. R. RateNett, Vice Riegent: 
Mrs. J. H. Burrell, Chaplain: Mrs. 
Fred M. Robinson, Recwding Sec- 



retary; Miss Ruth Ford, Corres- 
ponding Swretary; Mrs. R. B. 
Cater. Treasurer; Mrs. D. Y. 
Mattxm. Registrar: Mrs. E. Guy 
R(4)ert8on. Historian, and Mrs. J. 
Bryan Dudley. LU»-arlan. 

Mrs. Dudley reported the chap- 
ter had giwn a bo«*. Virginia 
Antiquity. Vol. 1. Princess Anne 
County, 1700-178», dedicated to 
Mrs. Itobecca Cook Herbert, or- 
ganizing Regent, to the D. A. R. 
lUwary in Washington. 

Ten citations and one medal 
were given this year on American 
History in Princess Anne County 
schools, it was reported by Mrs. 
Robertson 

After the ousiness session, Mrs. 
A. H. Bamman entertained the 
ladies with a review of her tra- 
vels abroad. She had with her 
handicraft made by the Arabs, 
also a little Biible made in the 
Holy Land. 

Mrs. Dudley and her son, Dan- 



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Lcdr. D. A. Sehata has reported ^ I 
for duty at Etem Neck to relieve 
Lcdr. W. A. Leeeh as CIC officer. 
Commander Schatz W3.s CIC offi- 
cer on the uas Randolltfi prior to 
reporting for this assignment, and 
plans to reside at Dam I^ck. 

After fifteen montJis at Fleet 
Air Defense Training Center 
CIC. Conmiander Leech will re- 
port to Navy examining Center, 
Great I^ikes. HI., on June 18. 



MRS. BEUX MAMN 

Mrs. Belle Harvey Maatm, for- 
merly a resident of Virginia Beach 
died in San Diego. Cal., May 8. 

Mrs. Mason was in her Kind ^ ' 
year. She is survived by her son. 
Captain E. G. MaKSi, of Wash- 
ington, D. C, and a daughter. 
Mrs. Virginia Mason McCall, 
both of whom flew toihe Coast 
for the funeral services. •• 

ny, <rf the Princess Anr>e High 
School, gave a saxophone solo, 
Danny played "Yola" Caprice 
Francaise by Wood Allen and 
'Virginia," State DAR song, by 
Betty Wirt. 



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the marriage of their daughter, 
Miss Anne Boiling Alfriend, to 
John Morton Abbitt, Jr., on Fri- 
day, June 10, at 8 o^lock at night 
at Old Donation Church, Princess 
Anne.County, and for the recep- 
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FORTY-EIGHT BEACH SENIORS TO GET OIPLOMAS JUNE 8 




Baccabureale 
Service June 5ih 

Forty-eight seniors w» ache- 
duled to receive Aivismu In 
mencement exercises to tot 
June 8 in the, Vlrglnto 
High School auditorium. 

The main address to the 
iors will be delivered by Ijewto 
Webb. Jr., director of the 
Division of the Ck)Uef« ot fWI* 
liam and Mary. 

James A. Johnson, Jr.. aebodl 
priiKipal, will'present diptomas to 
the graduates. Johnson rtated 
that ttw vast majority o« ttw 
graduate;; this yeat plan to fo to 
college. Last year appro «1iMt < tiy 
42 of 60 seniors went <»i to liKft- 
er educationaly instltutkaaa. 

Lena Katherine HutaenplSer li 
the clas-sy/aledictortan and Judltb 
Ann Taylor is the sahitatOfrkuft. 

Members of the school bond m 
well as memtoers of the faeul^ 
have been invited to march wttb 
the seniors. 

Baeeabmreate 9enUm 

Baccalaureate services will 1w 
held in the school auditori«B «k 
i p. m. on June 5, with the Ite». 
C. Stanley Lowell, ptstmr of the 
Virginia Beach Methodist Chureb. 
scheduled to address the senior 
class. Music for both affairs wfll 
be provided by the sebocfl's mJa^ 
chorus under the direction of /. 
William Miller. 

The school's Junlor-aenior pram 
will be held Friday night at ttM 
American Legion Chri> on Las- 
kin Road. Sponsor of the Claaa Ot 
1955 is Mrs. Prances Everton. 



(top row)— AnUa Sue Myers, htol Bdsel Hdlaad, Jo Ann Johnson, James Donald 
Hagne, Jr., Anita Virginia Craser, Cliaries MeHooper, ;Jr., Josepli Donald Moss, Jane 
Ban SolliTan. Daniel Hankin Froalx, Noel Franela Onnean, \Saal HaroM Jacobs and 
Rose Marie 'frice. 

(Second Row)'— William Bradford Barton, Coortney Anne Mnrphy, Carl Kermit Sear- 
borough, Dorothy Maxine Moore, Arthnr James Bareo, Jfancy Lee Cathy, Jnlia Grey 
Wal lace, David ftank Christman, Marcia IStone Abemathy, Charles Hoofman Nelms, 
Jr.^ Mrynie Brown WAodward, and Gerald Thornton Shields. 

(Third Row) — Judith Ann Taylor, Lena Vtatherlne nutsenpiUer, Robert Ji^aon 



Mrs* Van Buskirl^ Chosen To Head Music Club 




Greene. Thginis Lee Hamphries. Jane Butt Kellam. Theodore J. Wool. III. Josephfaie 
Anne Shellman, Frederick Gordon Barth. Lacy Rae Ward, WlUiam Everett Simpson, 
JaciiaeHn Sue Sergent and Emanuel Harry Katslas. 

(Fourth Row)— Jo Ann Ferrell. WUIiam Byrd Hall, Jr.. Carolyn Helcne Maolsby. 
Horst Hehirich Flora. Jobil Mae Lassiter, John Finlayson Maclver, Jr.. William Oweii 
Meachum. Kathryn Magdalene Blalie. Newton A. McCuliy. Ruth Yorli Beebe. George 
Marvin Sanderlin and William Vernon Simmons. 

(Bottom Row)— Earl Littleton, Herve Henri Oneiette, Jr.. and Marlieeta Jane Fink. 

—Photo by Boice 



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MISSLE, BELL FRODVCT 

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The final meeting of the sea- 
son for the Vivginla Beach Music 
Club was held at the home of Mrs. 
W. F. Crockett, on Pocahontas 
Drive, with Mrs. W. R. Hunnlcutt 
as co-hostess. 

Election of officers for 1955-56 
wer^ as follows: 



Mrs. Earle Van Buskirk. presi- 
dent; Mrs. E. H. Church, vice 
president; Mrs. Maclin Simmons, 
recording secretary; Mrs. Lowery 
Finley, corresponding secretary; 
Mrs. W. P. Crockett, treasurer. 

Following the business session 
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Mrs. Hunnlcutt, pianist, played 
the following selections: "Etude 
In A Plat Major, by Ezerny; "Pre- 
lude in C Sharp Major," Chopin, 
and "Theme and Variations in A 
Minor," by Haydn. 

Miss Rita Finer, clarinetist, a 
graduate of, the Cincinnati Con- 
servatory, and member of the 
Norfolk Symphony, and Mrs. C. 
Stanley Lowell, vocalist, graduate 
of Peaibody Institute, were guest 



soloists. 

Plans for the Civic Concert As- 
sociation were discussed and Mrs. 
Roland Thorp announced that 
letters with subscription blanks 
for membership tickets for next 
season's concerts have been mail- 
ed to all former members. 

A spokes'.nan said that thei 
whole-hearted support of the com- 
fiiUnity will be appreciated and 
that tickets may be obtained by 
mailing subscription blanks with 
checks to Mrs. Thorp at 201 78th 
Street, Virginia Beach. 



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The Rev. A. B. Blounii pastor 
of the Kempsville Baptist Church, 
has been in Miami, Fla.. for the 
past week, attending the Southern 
Baptist Convention. This week he, 
with other pastors, will visit mis- 
sion fields in Havana. 

Mr. Blount will return this week 
and will occupy the pulpit Sun- 
day morning. 



Artists for the coming coneerl; 
season are now being interviewed 
and will be announced as soon as 
selections are made. 



James Lankford^ Jr. 
Wins Chemical Award 
At U. Of Virginia 

James Irvine Lankford, Jr., of 
Virginia Beach, l)as been named 
the winner of the Alpha Chi Sig- 
ma award for 1955 at the Uni- 
versity of Virginia. 

Lankford will receive his de- 
gree in chemical engineering in 
June. He went to the university 



three years ago after a year of 
study at the Norfolk division of 
William and Mary. He is a mem- 
ber of Tau Beta Pi engineering 
fraternity. 



Alter graduation Lankftod will 
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cepted a position with the Pm 
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graduate work at Johns Hoiilcilil 
University. ' 

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to an outstanding student 111 
chemistry or chemical engineer- 
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AREA NEWS 

reuocE TEusPHONc Lo-s-nn 



Ckipbin Addresses Woman's Club 
And TeRs CM Leadership Training 



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St the ftfth birthday lun- 
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R. Garriott May 17 at the Little 
Creek Officers Club. 

The Chaplain discussed the his- 
tory of the Chaplain Corps and 
cited the three-fold ministry of 
the "clergymen in uniform": re- 
ligious, personal counseling and 
character education. 

He stated that programs for 
moral and spiritual training are 
already underway in recruit train- 
ing centers and service schools as 
part of the regular class program. 

Mrs. Lyman Clarice, president of 
the club, annpunced that the clt* 
will enter the Community Achieve- 
ment Contest of the General Fed- 
eration of Women's CliJbs with 
Mrs. James R. Land as chairman. 
She also announced that Mrs. 
Swindell Pollock will be in charge 
cf the "book shelf" to be set up 
this summer at the Community 
House. 

Reporting on the dental clinic 
which the club has provided at 
the KempsviUe Elementary School 
with proceeds from the annual 
horse show. Mrs. Clarke said that 
903 people have been treated this 
year at the clinic. She also an- 
nounced that the club plans to 



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give a $300 seh<darship at the 
Princess Anne Righ School and 
awar^ to outstanding art stu- 
dents at the school. 

Cmdr. I. P. OoodWin, RN. gave 
a humorous Imitation and the 
^ub heard Charles Williams, so- 
loist, aocoanpanied by Miss Pa- 
tricia Goodwin. 

Special guests at the birthday 
cele'iH-ation were Mrs. James A. 
Woodard, president of the "Hde- 
water CHstrict, Virginia Federa- 
tion of Wonen's Clidts: Mrs. H. D. 
Cole, secretary of the Tidewater 
District; Mrs. Z. J. Oerloff, i»«si- 
dent of the Cavalier Junior Wo- 
man's Ch4>; Wrs. W. W. Ccmnell. 
Jr., president of the Cape Henry 
Woman's CIirt>; Mrs. R. O. Hollo- 
mon. president of the Ocean Park 
Woman's Club; Mrs. E. A. Hwl- 
son, president of the ChesapeiAe 
Woman's Club, and Mrs. Aulbrey 
N. Holmes, president of the Prin- 
cess Anne County Woman's Cli^. 
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GiUL scmrrs kallt 

SET rem SATVIIDAT 

Oa this Saturday, May 2S, at 
2:30 p. m., in the KempsviUe Ele- 
mentary School, there wiU be a 
rally for the Girl Scouts of the 
Kempsvjlle neighborhood. 

Mrs. J. D. Gregory, neigMwr- 
hood chairman, and Mrs. W. P. 
Phillips, co-chairman, have plan- 
ned a very Interesting program, 
with Brownie, Intermediate ^nd 
Senior troops taking part. 

Invitations have been sent to 
the district committee and the 
neighborhood chairmen of Prm- 
cess Anne County, and to the 
Norfolk council. 

The Rev. M. Douglas Newman 
of the Commimity Methodist 
Church, wiU give the invocation. 

Mrs. Lyman Clarke, president 
of the 'Princess Anne District, 
wUl present awards. 

AU friends of Scouting are in- 
vited to attend. 



AT CONFERENCE. 

The Rev. M. Douglas Newman 
leaves for Richmond today to at- 
tend a meeting of the Conference 
Board of Missions. 




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Ckib A^^fibers 
Connplete Course 
In Art Work 

The KempsviUe Woman's Club 
recently invited members of the 
Cavalier Woman's Clufo to parti- 
cipate in an art course given by 
Mrs. Charles S. Deaton, Fine Arts 
chairman of the KennKville club. 
The lessons ran for six weeks and 
the class worked in oils, painted 
on canvas and also on velvet. The 
work consisted mostly of fkuwer 
painting and some stUi life. 

Mrs. Deaton, who wUI open her 
oiwn studio for art instruction in 
the faU, minored in Fine Arts at 
Washington State College and has 
taught art in high school and 
granaaar school. She worked with 
the Newport, R. I., Art Associa- 
tion, studied in San Diego and 
also with Oreta Matson locally. 

Mrs. Deaton is particularly gra- 
tified with the work done by the 
cluA> members and feels that many 
people surprise themselves when 
they learn to "get out of their 
own way and let their natural 
ability come forward." 

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yACA-riON BIBLE SCHOOL 
STARTS JUNE 2t 

The Community Methodists an- 
nounce that Vacation Bil>le School 
will be held the week of June 20 
through June 24. Registration day 
will be June 17. 

AS^ young folks from ages 4 to 

11 ai^e-^sked to make a special 

effort to register on that day at 

the church between 2 and 4 p.m, 



BAPTIST JUNIORS HAVE 
POT LUCK SUPPER 

The Junior Department of the 
Baptist Church held a pot luck 
supper on Monday night at the 
church. Parents and families of 
members helped swell the crowd. 

Mrs. Lemuel McClain and D. L. 
Gibson are superintendents of the 
two Junior divisions. 




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LATMEN FILL PULPIT 
IN PASTOR'S ABSENCE 

Sunday morning, May 22, in the 
absence of the pastor, H. H. Shlf- 
let, a Norfolk layman, filled the 
pulpit at the Baptist Church. 

Sunday night, H. A. Culpepper, 
chairman of the board of deacons, 
was in charge of the service, and 
four men of the church gave most 
interesting talks. 

Dean Polk gave amn-opriate 
scriptures on "The Christian and 
His Home,." Bon Meadows talked 
on "The Christian and His 
Church." Charles Pitt discussed 
"The Christian and His Public 
Life." Final taUt was by H. P. Ty- 
ler, who spoke on "A Christian 
Using His Talents." . 9 

The Youth Choir sang an ar- 
rangement of 'AU Hail the Power 
of Jesus' Name." 



LiCENStB t0 Wt» 

Ihi Prtoeos Mmm Cmmritf 



Miatretta and Richardson — 
Leonard I^ncis B^stretU, 21, 
USMC. Camp Lejeune, N. C, and 
Bai4iara Lou Itichardaim, 21, no 
oocupatkm listed. Bayalde. 

Murden aiMl D^r— Luther De- 
vaney Murden. M, business man. 
Virglala Beach, and Mary Upttm 
Dyer, 4», nurse. London Brii^e. 

Gunn and AcHiins — Vincent E. 
Ouim. W. clerk. RorfOHc, and Bar- 
bara A, AAlns. 19, cterk-tnHst. 
Rrincess Anne. 

Sadler and Klg ht — Samuel E. 
Sadler. 47, fisheman. Norfolk, 
and Margaret Kight. 63, no occu- 
l»tion li^ed, l^rfotk. 

Busek and Modey — Roliert 
Waune Busek. 27. USA. Ft. C^ry, 
and l>hyllls Anrie Moriey. 18, no 
occupation listed. Back Bay. 

McKenna and Kenny — Sidney 
P. McKenna, 22, VSN, Virginia 
Beach, and Sally Ann Keimy. 21. 
no occupation listed, Virginia 
Beach. 



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Lbm Club Hears 
Address On 
^ Rehabilitation 

The Bayside lAora Ci\A> held its 
regular meeting Wednesday night 
of last week at Charlie's Restau- 
rant, Shore Drive. The president. 
George Lyon, presided. 

The speaker of the evening was 
"Jim" Martin, who is with tl^ 
Norfolk newspapers and who has 
lost his sight. He talked to the 
club on his rehaibilttation and 
how he is determined to lead a 
- normal life despite his handicap. 
His talk was particularly inter- 
esting to the club, since the pri- 
mary work of Uons clubs is with 
the Mind. 

J. Hugh Barnes, chairman of 
the "Accent" and light bulb sale, 
reported that his committee had 
done very well on this sale and 
thM exact figures would be given 
shortly. 



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MODGE CLVB 
ADOrrS B¥-LAWS 
AlfD ELECTS OmCEKS 

The Bayside Bridge Club met 
Monday night. May t6th, at the 
home of Mrs. U. h. Harmon on 
Lake Drive. A set of by-laws was 
drawn up and read to the cluto, 
and the following officers were 
elMted for the coming year: Mrs. 
R. J. WeU»n, president, and Mrs. 
Lee Oreenwell, vice-president. 

McmAiers of the club are: Mrs. 
Durwood Atoernathy. Mrs. J. R. 
Bryant. Mrs. C. E. Falson, Mrs. 
H. £. Hedley, Mrs. Harmon. Mrs. 
M. D. Kervin, Mrs. Cecil Minchey, 
Mrs. J. W. Nimmo, Mrs. J. E. 
Polanskey, Mrs. Oreenwell. Mrs. 
R. J. Vellines and Mrs. R. J. 
WetAmn. 

The next meeting of the group 
will be held at the Hedley home. 
Lake Bradford Drive, on June 6 
at 7:30 p. m. 



GARDEN CLUB HEARS 
MRS. T. ANNARINO 

The Baylake Pines Garden Club 
met May 9 at the Baylake Pines 
Elementary School. The president, 
Mrs. E. O. Saunders, presided. 

Mrs. T. Annarino gave a de- 
monstration on flower arranging. 
She also made a critical analysis 
of the arrangements brought by 
the members. 

The club welcomed four new 
memibers and Mrs. Gustov Schnei- 
der was a guest. 

The by-laws of the new cluib 
were read and will be voted on at 
the next meeting. 



Mrs. Clough . 
To Head Club 

Mrs. C. O. Clough has been re- 
elected president of tha Lake 
Shores Garden ClUb for the com- 
ing year. Other (rfficers elected to 
serve with her are: Mrs. J. W. 
Winston, vice president; Mr». 
Aforgaret Kosnick, secret«ry; Mrs. 
A. J. Rutkowskl, corresfpcHKling 
secretary, and Mrs. M. A. Elllnger, 
treasurer. The officers will be in- 
stalled at a foanouet in June »t 
Lewis Manor. 

Election of officers was held at 
a meeting of the club Monday 
night at the iKone of Mrs. M. O. 
Peoples. Mrs. dough was- also 
named to represent Lake £Bu>re8 
at the June lunche<m of the Fed- 
eration of Garden Clubs of Nor- 
folk aod Vicinity. 

A rummage sale was planned 
for Saturday night at Miner's 
store beginning at 10:30 a. m. 

Jack Haddaway, assistant mi- 
perintendent of parks and for- 
estry, spoke, and answered ques- 
tions on horticulture. 

Mrs. L. C. Henderson and Mrs 



iwncam nm new TCiW 

The Bayside PTA held its r^ni- 
lar meeting MoiMbor nlpM, May 
\%. at 8 p. m. at the aebqol. Itfrs. 
Chailes Hodgman, presi«tent, pre- 
sided at the meeting. 

Tht noninattag oooMnlttee pre- 
sented the fiAowiBC 4«to ot of- 
ficers for the 1906-M Kbool year: 
Mrs. Albtn Raety, iH^aident; Mrs. 
R. E. Onunwrlght, first vice-pres- 
ident; Mrs. A. N. MiHTell. seotmd 
vice-president; M». Rolwrt Laird, 
secretary; and Mrs. U. M. Parker, 
treasurer. "The new officers were 
installed at ttw meeting, l<rih>w- 
ing their eleetlon. 

A proiaram on "Our Aneriean 
Music" iN» iMresented by the 4th 
grade under the dtoeetiim of Miss 
Betty Landers, musk: teacher. 

Mothers of the first grades were 
hostesses. 



MEN'S C1.I7B DANCE 
rwrPONED CNTIL JCNE 

"The Men's Club of Chesapeake 
Beach held its regular UKmthly 
meeting lact Thursday night at 
the Chesapeake Beach Oommun- 
Ity Center. The president, R. J. 

E."r?' SaunderroTTlwllViake TJ^^'J'^'^^-l.l^.^T^^^l 
Pines Garden Club, Judged e-xhl- 



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bits and awarded ribbons to Mrs. 
F. F. Warren, Mrs. M. D. Adams, 
Mrs. E. B. McCoy, Mrs. Peoples, 
Mrs J. W. Parrett and Mrs. R. 
C. Dunaja. 



NEW 11EACHERS IN PAll. 

Mrs. Margaret Fischer, princi- 
pal of the Shelton Park School, 
announces that many new teach- 
ers will be coming to the school 
in the fall. Anyone In the Bayside 
area having rooms or apartments 
to rent are asked to write Mrs. 
Fischer at the school, giving full 
particulars. 



PICNIC MONDAiY 

The Bayside Baptist Chapel 
Sunday School will hold a picnic 
at the YMCA beach, Chesapeake 
Beach, on Monday, May 30 begin- 
ning at 10 a. m. A program has 
been planned which will , include 
games for all ages. All members 
are cordially invited to attend and 
bring their friends. 

No sorgery needed 

to reduce swelling 

of painfid piles! 

In doctor's tests, amazing new 
Stainless Pazo Instantly relieved 
piles' torturel Gave internal and 
external relief— without surgery I 



that the dance which the club 
had scheduled for May 28 would 
be postponed until some time in 
June, due to the fact that so 
many of the memibers of the club 
are attending the Uons conven- 
tion in Roanoke. 

The club Is planning a maas 
meeting at the Chesapeake Beach 
Community Center for Thursday 
night, June 2, to see what can be 
done about the pending annexa- 
tion of this area. All persons in 
Princess Anne County who are in- 
terested in this Issue are urged to 



Aug. I Final Date 
For ASC Wheal 
Afiotments In PA 

A date of August 1. 10!^, has 
been established as the final date 
on which the county Agricultural 
Stabilization and Conservation 
CMtunittee may accept requests 
for new lOM wheat allotments, W. 
F. Hunger, chairman of Xht Prin- 
cess Anne County ASC has an- 
nounced. 

A meeting to acquaint wheat 
buyers with the provisions of the 
wheat marketing (}uota {»-ogram 
will be held in the Norfolk Coun- 
ty ASC office, 58 Commercial 
Place, Norfolk, at 10 am. tomor- 
row. May 27. 

In speaking of the 1936 allot- 
ments, Mr. Hunger said that un- 
der the program a "new farm" 
is one on which no wheat was 
seeded in any of the years 1953. 
1954 and 19M. To apply for an 
allotment the farm operator must 
file an application with the coun- 
ty ASC office. Blank application 
forms are available for use in fil- 
ing these requests. 

To be considered for a new 
farm allotment, farmers will be 
required to furnish certain infor- 
mation for the consideration of 
the county committee. Such in- 
formation would Include the rea- 
son for requesting an allotment, 
why wheat should be produced 

be present. State Senator Jack 
Etheridge will be on hand to an- 
swer questions concerning annex- 
ation. 



rather than some other anall 

grain, why no wheat was seeded 
during the past three years, and 
an explanation of the cr<^ rota- 
tion system. Also the operator 
must expect to derive at least half 
cf his livelihood from the farm. 

Mr. Hunger explained that any 
wheat allotments granted to new 
farms must come out of a small 
Reserve which the county com- 
mittee will establish for that pur- 
pose. 




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Royalty of the die^ worM froai 
13 statM wW be at 3taaitfi» on 
June 8 and 9 for the 14tb anottal 
Eastern i^ud Ram Show and Sale. 
largest evMtt of Its ktad east of 

the Iffsria^nN- 

A totid of 212 dieep hmf been 
assigned. The Oncm will begin at 
8 a. m , June 8. The sale starts 
the 0»>rnii» of June 9. 



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Mont f , 

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rar, at llrgtaiia 
2^1^, tor motkm. 



WOMAN'S CLUB BOARD 
MEETS TOMORROW 

A meeting of the board of di- 
rectors of the Cape Henry Wo- 
man's Club will be held Friday. 
May 27, at 1:30 p. m. in the board 
room of the Bank of Virginia 
Beach. 



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' The Mnce« Anne County Lit- 
i0 Lraciie BMetell teams will be 
^MHi in tmo douMe-headers at the 
Dseaoa Stadiura. one pair of con- 
iMIl M IHiMitey. May 31. and the 
IKeond pair on Vtiday. June 3. 

In Uie T^Ksday games, the Ain- 
Mean Legion team win meet the 
Bmtb In the first tilt, and the 
ISKhaiH^ltes wUl meet^ the Hot 
PtAnta. 

Priday's action will see the Hot 
^ints pitted against the Ameri- 
can Legkm in the first game, and 
the Bears will take on the Ex- 
changit» in the second game 

The first contest in each in- 
stance win begin at six p. m.. and 
ttiere is no admission charge. 
A good turnout is anticipated. 



BUY SAVXNOS BONDS 



Coffee Price Cut 
Effective Here 

A nation-wide reduction of four 
cents a pound on its own brands 
of coffee was announced Monday 
by AAP food stores. 

These r^'durtlons, company of- 
ficials said, brins premium coffee 
prices down to the lowest point in 
approximately five years. Just a 
year ago A&P coffee was selling 
for as high as $1.17 a pound. 

The new prices per pound, ef- 
fective .since Monday in all A&P 
stores, are: Eight O'clock. 75c; 
Red Circle, 79c; and Bolcar, 81c. 
The company's own brand of A&P 
vacuum-'paclced coffee is reduced, 
from 89c to 85c a pound. 



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one-third to one-half of l^i"r work 
day in the purchase, prL;>aration 
and care of foods and related ac- 
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A&—ain8 on; CounbDipolttan 

.j"^ ^News 

ioo— Saturday Wakevp 
30 — ^News 

35— Saturday Wake Up 
;0O— News 

,05— Saturday Waketip 
:00 — News 

:05— Off the Record 
:30— XKf the Record 
:0O— News and Weather 
OO— 'Mr. Unekin's Shop 
30— Off «he Record 
00 — ^News 

05— Off the Record 
00— Tidewater News 
06— Off the Record 
OO— Farm Market 
05— Fantasia in Melody 
:30 — ^News 

;35--Fanatsia in Melody 
: 25— Washington at Boston 
;00 — News 
:05 — ^Rumpus Room 
;0O — News 
:05 — iRumpus Room 
:30 — ^Alexander on Sports 
:3&— Brennan Broadcasting 
;45— Beach Hit Parade 
:50 — Rumpus Room 
:00' — News 
:06 — Rumpus Room 
:30 — Baibalu 
57— Sign Off 



9:05— Bol>'s Seat 
9;3(K<4!oiHrwiv«s League 

10:0O^Mews and Wearier 

ld;05— Good !*ew8 

10:15 — ^Thu.— Let's Go to Town 
— Fri.— PUblte Service 
—■Mon.— Here's to Veterans 
—Tues.— Strike Up the Band 
— Wed,— CHieat Star 

10:30—1000 Club 

11:00— <Hd Doninkm News 

11:06— Sound Off 

l2:00-#anB Market Reprnt 

12:06— Aftemo<Hi Beat 

12:30— News and Weather 

12:35 — Aftemo<m Beat 
1:00— News and Weather 
1:05 — ^Aftemoon Beat 
3:00— News and Weather 
3 :06— BeaeMcoiHtoer 
5:00— liews and Weather 
5 :05 — ^BnMShkomber 
5:30— News 

5:35 — ^Brennan Broadcasting 
5:45— Beach Hit Parade 
6:50— Baibalu 
6:00— News 

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6:35 — Spotlight on a Star 
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and wonderful preparations are being discovered and 
made available to physicians for the treatnrlent of theip 
patients. You can be sure that our supplies of pre- 
scription ingredients are right up to date— that they 
include the newest wonder drugs along with fresh 
stocks of drugs that have proved their power to cure 
through years of successful use. Because doctors 
know that we can promptly dispense any prescription 
they write, they often— say "Have this filled at Oce- 
ana Drug. It is good advice for you to follow when- 
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SUNDAY, MAY 22 

7:00— Sign On; News 
7:05— It's a Great Day 
7:30— According to the Record 
7:35— It's a Great Day 

8:05— Sunday Morning Stylings 
8:30— Weather Roundup 
8:36— Sunday Morning Stylings 
9:00— AP News Summary 
9:05— Sunday Morning Stylings 
lO:OOL_Community Chapel 
10:30— Music by Mantovanl 
11:00— News 
11:05— Melodies Modem 
12:00— Religion in the New9 
12:10— 'Emile Cote Glee Chib 
12:30— Mews 
12:40— ^Meet the Artist 
1:00— Music for Sunday 
1:30— Cavateade of Music ■ 
2:00— Music for Sunday 
2:30— Broadway Showcase i 

3:00— Tops for the Day i 

4:00— Sunday Stylings 

5:00— Spotlight on IidEasters 

6:00— News 

6:05-^Golf Doctor 

6 : 1 7— Strictly Instrumental 

6:40— Eventide 

6:57— Sign Off 

DAILY 
Except for Baseball 
5:45— Sign On 
5:57— News and Weather 
6:00— Bob's Beat 
6:30— Tidewater Farm News 
6:35-^Bot}'s Beat 
7:50— MWP— Youth NewS 
8:00— Bob McKee; News 
8:05 — ^Maritime Report 
8:08— Bob's Beat 
8:30— Bob's Beat 
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BASEBALL SCHIDIJU 

Thursday. May 26 — 12:25 
Washington - New York. 

Friday. May 29— Open. 

Saturday. May 28 — 1:25 
Washington at Boston. 

Monday. May 30 — 12:25 
New York at Washmgton. 

Tuesday. May 31 — Open. 

Wednesday, June 1 — 1:56 
Washington at Dearoit. 



The fpur leading exports of the 
U.S. are industrial machinery, au- 
tomobiles, grain and cotton. 



MRS. ORAYSON WILLIS, Who 
i» fondly known as "Pinkie" by 
an of her many friends, is ap- 
proaching the cluto WMnan's acti- 
vities fti a most sensible manner. 
'Recently she has become more 
active as a member <rf the Prin- 
cess Anne Woman's Club. She 
made it a point to attend the re- 
cent convention of the Virginia 
Federation of Women's Clubs at 
the Hotel Chan*erlain. Old Point, 
and also made a point of watch- 
ing, listening and aibsorWng It all 
because it was her first si«h con- 
vention and she felt she could be 
a better cluto member in so doing. 
She studies a lot at home, too, 
and is serious in giving of her- 
self and her talents to the club, 
as well as getting much out of 
her membership. 

To your All*ee. this is an ex- 
cellent plan. How many club wo- 
men do you know who attend 
meetings of the various clubs 
hereabouts and never bring away 
from a meeting any more than 
what some of the gals were wear- 
ing? 

MRS. AUBREY HOLMES, presi- 
dent of the Princess Anne Wo- 
man's Club, is up to her pretty 
, ears with plans and huddles with 
I W. G. Swartz's MARY HOWEUj 
for the club's annual Pall Pash- 



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ton Show which wltl be given at 
the Cavalier Beach Club the Wed- 
nesday after Labor Day. The male 
Jury of fadjion was so pc«mlar 
last year 'tis rumored they'll "of- 
ficiate" again. 

MRS. EDDIE LACHMAN, African 
Violet Society memtoer, is let- 
ting her violets play sec<md fid- 
dle to fishing these warm days. 
She is not only an excellent fish- 
erman but gets a real bang out 
of the sport on the fishing pier. 

MRS. WILEY HARRELL's own 
ideas in interior decoratiiw win 
add much to the stunning decor 
of the new Harrell house on 
Birdneck Point. There's toe a hap- 
py house-warming in June. 

MRS. WILLIAM J. HARRIS is a 
wonderful example of a success- 
ful career woman and devoted 
mother. Each .school morning you 
will see Doris driving her sons, 
Billy and Ricky, in to Norfolk's 
Sacred Heart School, and then to 
her own secretarial position with 
a porminent Norfolk Insurance 
company. Weekends "Mom" and 
her boys are bee-busy landscaping 
their grounds in Bay Colony. They 
are three of the best stump-dig- 
gers in Princess Anne County, 
too! 



coofft tewnoL wav 

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Montey: Orilled cheeae or ham Are farmers w«se drlnm than 
landwleh: green peas; plums;, city folks? 
mlUc: Muetoerry muffin. MObo^s son yet, but fiM Vlr- 

Tuesday: Hambutver on ban: gmia Moral Safety Omnell m» 
buttered com; grapefruit; milk; the reptHrts leechred ao far HMfi- 
cookie. cate that aiboat one farmer In • 

WMnesday: Tuns Mlad on rcdl; thousand wta imtoHed in • fsM 
hominy or suectrtash; sliced pea- motor vehicle a«eldent in IflSi. 
ches; mltk; half orange. -n^ national rate Hxr other Mif- 

Thmwiay: BalMd beans vltti «rs was Mbout one toi ISM. It is 
sainaee; raw carrot; peaeh sa- nothing to be imNid of, the Ooun- 
uad; r<M', milk. ell says. 

Friday; Chow mein on noodles; ^fftm ycu'r© mi the hishway 
rice; roll; milk; lee cream. ^th heavy MpiftMnent. the tmeft. 

Monthly. June «: Rot dog on ^^ ^i^ ^gr, the Oounefl says drive 
bun; macaroni and cheese; milk; ^^jj ^^^ _ everywhere. 
amtorcHila. 

Tuesday, June 7: Ramtourger mi productlMi at nk*el by ttie f ree 
bun; asqwragus; milk; chocolate ^q^]^ {,| j^m reaehed anaU-ttne 
or lemon pudding, ^g^^ esthnafed at StijMjMO 

' pounds — about 50,000,000 pounds 

rme CAIXS— mat 15-«1 greater than the 1963 total and 

Oil stove fire at 519 l»th Stteet gj,o„j j^^ gfyg^f the pre-Korean 
on May 15, at 11:57 p. m. output. 

' Miscellaneous fire at Oceana — 

School, May 16, at 9:45 a. m. |««|||WB|| •ni|! BIMH AT 

Oil stove fire at 306 26th mreet. LRJUT fiV I llfi fUW III 
May 17 at 7:50 a. m. 

Sawdust pile fire at Norfolk and 
Mediterranean Avenue May 19 at 
1:05 p. m. 

Miscellaneons at Everett School 
on May 20, at 10:00 a. m. 






JEANNE SHARPE has arrived 
from New York town and is us- 
ing every trick hi her homemak- 
er's book to make her soon-to- 
open sidewalk cafe the place to 
meet and the place to eat In a 
pleasant atmosphere. 



COLONY RESTAURAirr 

i"We enjoyed the food very 
much. The servkse was excellent. 
We would like to come again some 
tbme." These were the words of 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Earl Oooke. of 
ainton, Iowa, after a meftl at the 
Colony Restaurant. 

This Is the type of reaeUon most 
patrons at the Cokmy have after 
eating in the famous Virgbila 
Beach restaurant. —adv. 



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Stale's Chemical 
Imki^fy A^ Use 
Automation Fully 

The chemical industry, which 
kMt year invested mmte $71 mil- 
lion in new plant facilities in Vir- 
ginia, may become the first ma- 
jor industry to fully "automatize" 
iU manufacturing operations. 

This regl<»i's chemical growth, 
BiiMiw the nation's top ten states 
m 19il4, reflects the industry's 
progress toward maximum auto- 
mati(ni. according to an analysis 
of the South's technological trend 
made by Minneapolis-Honeywell. 
On a nation-wide basis chemical 
growth is rated second only to 
•teel, expanding annually at a 
rate of 10% as contrasted to the 
over-all industrial average of only 
3%. 

Chemical plants in Virginia, the 
report indkated, are becoming In- 
creasingly self-sufficient as man- 
agement encourages the use of 
more and more automatic equip- 
ment while continuing in^^rov- 
Ing continuous-flow methods of 
production. The industry was de- 
scribed as one of the heaviest in- 
vestors in automatic instruments, 
purchasing one out of every five 
such instruments sold. 

With this kind of support, to- 
day's chemical worker turns out 
some $26,000 worth of material, 
while his 1939 rtatistlcal counter- 



Hangar Rats 
And Spam Cans 

A plcture-sque dialect is spring- 
ing UP in the air force. aec<»dine 
to Norman Brown in the New 
Ywk Times. A Jet plane is ealled 
a blowtorch. A Sab^ejet fighter is 
a benbwing, which is exactly how 
it looks. A Jet engine that falls 
in night is a flameout. The me- 
chanics who repair the planes are 
called hangar rats. TO a Jet crew, 
an old-fa.shloned pr<«>eller plane 
is a spam can — a term that 
suggests a dight professional 
condescension. 

A parachute is caltod a Jumfp 
sack, and a crash helmet ii a 
brain bucket. Hostile aircraft are 
called bandits. A clumsy pilot is 
called a plunvber; a blundering 
student pilot is a woM>le-head. 
The throttle is called a go-han- 
dle; to get away fast is to bug out. 

, - 

part found some $15,000 his best 

effort. 

Ranking ^ead of Virginia in 
chemical plant expansion in the 
South were Texas, with $571 mil- 
lion invested; Florida, with $235 
million; Louisiana, with $232 mil- 
lion, and West Virginia, with $74 
million. Following Virginia came 
Kentucy. with $62 million; Ten- 
nessee, with $44 million; Georgia, 
with $41 million, and Mississfppi 
and Alabama with $37 million 
and $30 million re,spectively, to 
round out the first IS states. 




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GARDEN 
GUIDE 



J. WILTON 
AM^RSON 



l»f» M AFLES 

There seems to be (lutte a bit 
of confusion among gardeners as 
to Just what is a red maple. When 
they ccane into a nursery for a 
red maple and someone asks what 
kind do you want, they imme- 
diately say, "C»i, is there more 
than one kind?" Yes. there are 
several kiiKte of these trees, and 
we shall attempt to categorize 
and describe them in the lan- 
guage of the average gardener, so 
that perhaps we can clear up 
some of the misunderstanding. 

CMnamm Red Ma^ 

The most common of all is the 
woods maple or swann> red maple 
(Acer rubrum). This is a rela- 
threly fast-growing tree that is 
found in damp places, especially 
along river and canal banks. It is 
native to this area and is ex- 
tremely common. The leaves are 
entirely green, not red, with three 
to five labes. They have a slightly 
paler green undersurface than the 
above surface. The tree has beau 
tiful red flowers In the spring, 
hence its name. There Is one 
growing in the low area along 
the north side of Laskin Road 
Just e».st of the Golf Ranch Mo- 
tel. It is a fairly good-sized tree 



and flowered quite colorfully this 
spring. The foliage turns red to 
orange in the fall and is quite at- 
tractive. 

ratented Varieties 

The common red maple has at 
least two patented varieties that, 
though rare in this area, are 
more common in other parts of 
the'u. S. One is the Schwedler 
maple (Acer rubrum schwedleri*. 
a plant that ccmies out with red 
leaves in the spring and gradual- 
ly turn bronze in the summer. We 
feel that the tree is not too at- 
tractive, and it is not particularly 
adapted to the average landscape 
plan. 

Another variety of the common 
red maple is the Crimson King 
maple <Acer rubrum schwedleri 
nigra*. This is a true red-leaved 
tree that retains its color during 
the entire summer. It is very 
striking in appearance and shcnild 
be used with care. 

Jspainesc Red Maple 

Of all deciduous trees, the Ja- 
panese red maple is probably the 
most interesting and varied. The 
best Japanese maples are grafted 
plants. They have a Mood-red 
leaf that holds Its coiar all .sum- 
mer. Frequently they are dwarfed 
trees thjit grow only a few feet 



height. Specimen trees of this 
plant many years old are worth 
hundreds of dollars and are high- 
ly prized by their owners. 

The seedling Japanese maples 
vary widely in grOwth character- 
istics and leaf color. They may be 
.semi-dfwarfed and spreading or 
fully upright. Whethel" seedling or 
grafted, all of the trees are anall 
in size. The .seedling varieties fre- 
quently vary in color to the point 
that the leaves eventually turn 
green and lose the predominant 
red color. 

Do not be misled into false eco- 
nomy if you plan to purchase one 
of these tree.s, for the better 
grafted trees are not inexpensive. 



Growing irains? RwtieiiKiinii 
(|ar<itioiM sent in by oar read- 
ers will be promptly amwered 
in this eolnmn. 



Although the telephone system 
of the United Kingdom is second 
only to that of the U. S. in size, 
we made nearly six times as many 
calls per person during the year 
1952 as United Kingdom residents 
did. 



Realty Transfers 

(Contmaed from Page Fonr» 

pjat of Broad Bay Colony; tax 
$2.55. 

Same, to John W. Trainer et ux, 
lot 81, plat of Broad Bay Colony; 
tax $3.00. 

Lynnhaven Colony Corp. to J. 
V. Ftrebee et ux, lot 55. plat of 
Lynnhaven Colony, Sec. 2: tax 
$2.25. 

i George R. White et ux to Wil- 
I liam James LaBounty et ux. lot 
20. plat of Eastern Faric. Sec. 2; 
tax $14.55. 

Harry C. Joyce, et ux to Reba 

R. Ver.sprille, lot 13. block 7. plat 

of Camellia Shore.s, Sec. 3; tax 

$22.95. 

Walter Fay Garreit et al to 

tan and'spread several times their Jessie W. Clark, lots 14. 15. block 



32, plat of East Ocean View. Sec. 
2. plat A; tax 75 cents. 

Virginia H. ft-aithwaite to Zel- 
da B. Silverman, lots J-B and 
J-C, plat of Back Neck Cove; tax 
$10.50. 

Elton E. Baker et ux to Robert 
R. Cooper, Jr.. et ux. lat 39, plat 
of Broad Bay Colony; tax $3.45. 

Eastern Realty Develop. Corp. 
to Dorothy B. Hood, lot 8. block 
5. plat of Baylake Pines, subdv l; 
tax $3.45. 

Ernest F. Miner et ux to Jessie 
V. Jones et ux, lot E, located near 
Rosemont: tax $8.25. 

Clyde F. Hill, Jr., et ux to Sam 
Jones Hill et ux. lot 8. Sec. B. plat 
of Cavalier Shores; tax $42.00. 

Meadowbrook Forest Corp. to 
Erskine H. Blackburn et ux. lot 
67, plat of Meadowbrook Forest; 
tax $3.45. 

McGinnis Ind. Center. Inc.. to 
Daniel L. Roger.son. lot 15. block 
E, plat of River Forrest Shores. 
Sec. 1: tax $1.50. <w 

Ernest G. Caffee et ux to ErJiW! 



Jtunes, an 11 -acre tnwt <rf land 
near Davies Land; tax $1.06. 

Viking Const. Corp. to El Roy 
Chambers. Jr , et dx. lot 20. plat 
of Laurel Manor; tax $16.80. 

William R. Graham et ux to 
Richard Rockewell Pratt et ux. 
site N. plat of Ubermeer; tax $30. 

Joseph D. Weaver, Jr.. et ux, 
to Thomas L. Lawrence et ux. lot 
16. block 8, plat of Camellia 
Shores, Sec. 3: tax $18.75. 
I Williams Gardens, Inc., to Her- 
bert William Carr et ux. lot 18, 
Wock 8, plat of Larrymore Gar- 
dens, Sec. 2; tax $20.10. 

3ame, to Wlllard Justine De- 
rieux et ux, lot 7, block 8, plat of 



L arrym or e Oardnn. flw. H 
$20.10. 

Seme, to Fraidc ■. 
Chen. Jr.. et ux. lot 3. M«» 
plat of Larrymore Oardcm. 
2; tax $20 10. 

Same, to Chalmen f^yaor Wtf' 
an et ux. lot 6, MotA 9. plat of 
Larrymore Gardens, Sec. 3; tm§ 
$2010. 

William Henry Ambrose et utf 
to William Thomas RadeHffe, Jr., 
lot 2, block 10. plat o* XXamemt 
Spring H(mies; tax $16.80. 

Robert L. Thornton et ux M 
Norman B. Kindley et ux. lot •, 
plat of Plea.se House Camp; US 
$6.00. 




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„ Lorraine Trterwener. Supt. 
et ChvBth BclHxH. 
M:lt A. II.— Chwreh flchooi. 
II :M A. 11.— aioriyng W(»dilp. 
t;i9 P. ■■— SvoMiW V^tnlitp. 
7:»K. M. TliiWtoy— Y.P.*. 
t:» P. M.Tuewlhky— Prayer Ser- 
vice. 
#e have Cottage Prayer Meetings 
every iteturday nMint. 

TEMPLE EMANfTEL 

25th and Baltic, Virginia Beach 
Aariel O. WfttWMa, BaMri 

wenMf Ahni 
ft^^dent of the Congrcgattmi 

Werner Blum, Church School 
Superintendent. 

10:00 A.M.— Sunday Services. 
9:00 A. M. Sunday and 8:00 P.M. 
Priday— Evening Worship. 

During Summer Season dally ser- 
vices 7:30 A. M. — Evenings 
at sundown. 



Star of the Sea 
CATHOLIC CHVIICII 

14th and Arctic Circle 
NiclMlM J. K»bets. Pastor 
9:00 A.M. — 10:30 A.M.— Cate- 
chism class for children on 
Saturdays. 
Sunday Masses— Winter, 8, 9:30 

and 11 A. M. 
Sionmer season— 7:30, 9:00, 10:00, 
11:00 and 12:00. 
7:30 P.M. Thursday — Novena 

Services and Benediction. 
8:00 P. M. Monday— Information 

Class for adults. 
4:00 - 5:00P.M. and 7:00 - 8:00 
P.M. Saturday — Confes- 
sions. 



Evangelical 
LUTHERAN CjltJRCH 
Of the 0«od Shepherd 

Services at Ccmmunliy House 
19th and Baltic Avenue 

«ohfi David Keister, Paatcr 
I. Erhard, Church School Supt. 
9:45 a.m.— Sunday School. 
11:00 a.m.— Worship Service. 



OaHlee 
EPISCOPAL CHVKCH 

Atlantic Avenue at 18th Street 
Edmund Berkeley, Pastor 

prancls M. Williams, Jr., Supt. of 
Sunday School; Mr. and 
Mri J. Douglas Hubard, co- 
Supts. of Primary Depart- 
ment; Mrs. B. D. Rlsher, 
Nursery Dept. Sup. 

8:0() A.M.— Holy Communion. 

9:30 A.M.— Morning Prayer and 
Sermon. 

9:30 A. M.— Junior-Senior Dept. 

11:00 A.M.— Nursery- Primary De- 
partmeht. 

11:00 A.M.— Morning Prayer and 
Sermon. First Sunday of 
month. Holy Communion at 
11 :00 A.M. 

6:00 P.M.— YP.F. 

ii61y days are celeibrated at 10:30 
A.M. with Holy Commun- 
ion. 



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tMMlpMa) 

Meeting in Bayaide aetMxM. m. 13. 

Min Itmtfi MlMM, PaMwr 

9:30 a. m.— Sunday Sclwol. 
10:45 a. m— Morning Worship. 
7:30 p.m.— Monday— Chi iUio 
Fellowship. 



.Church School Superintendent 
9:45 a.m. — Church School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 
7:30 p.m.— Youth PeUowstilp. 



ST. JOVIS'S BAPTIST CflCRCH 

Princess Anne Court House 
W. J. Meade, D. O. 

(Pastoral %pply> 
P. Gregory 

Church School Superintendent 
10:00 a.m.— Church Scnool. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 

6:00 p.m.— B. T. U. 
Women's Missionary Union meets 
first Wednesday. 10:00 a. m., aftef 
first Sunday. 

Nursery, Primary & Intermediate 
departments meet at 10:00 a.m. 



SALEM METMOflfST CHVRCH 

Princess Atme, Virginia .... 

Rev. Rlelmrd H. Sha^uid 

William L. Spence 
Church School Superintendent 
10:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 
11:00 a.m.— Church School. 
Methocfist Youth Fellowship on 
alternate Sunday evenings. 



OCEAN PARK CHAPEL 

Rt. 1, BOX 83. Virginia Beach, Va. 
Rev. W. Leonard Murphy, D. D. 

Mr^. Winston Athey 
Church School Superiilbendent 
9:45 a.m.-^hurch School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 
— ik. 

Kempavllle 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

Route 2, Box 287, Norfolk, Va. 
Arnold B. Blount. Pastor 

W. H. Pierce 

Church School Superintendent 

8:45 a.m.— Morning Worship. 

9:45 a.m.— Churdh School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 

7:00 pjm.— B. T. U. 

8:00 p.m.— Evening Worship. 
Youth Fellowship following eve- 
ning wdrship 



LlTNNIlAVBN 
PRBSBTTERIAN CHURCH 

Lynnhaven vaiage 

Rev. Raynmid C. P Mtf n, Pastor 

J. H. Hunt. Church School Super- 
intendent. 
10:00 a.m. — Church School. 
11:00 a. m.-^Momlng Worship. 

6:30 p.m.— Youth Fellowship. 

6:30 p.m. — Pioneer Fellowship. 

7:30 p.m.— Evening Worship. 



EMMANUEL 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

Kempsviiie 

Rev. Alexander Fraser, Paator 

Morris Alley, Church' School Supt. 
8:00 a.m.— Holy Communion. 
10:00 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Prayer and 

Sermon. 
11:00 a. m. — Holy Communion and 

Sermon on first Sunday. 
8:00 p. m.— Wednesday during 
. Lent, Evening Worship. 



EASTERN SHORE CHAPEL 

(Episcopal) Laskin Road 

Rev. Henry c. Itorton, Jr. 

Lt. Cmdr. O. R. Berkeley, Church 
School Superintendent. 

9:45 a.m.— Church School. 

9:45 a.m. — Adult Study Oroup. 

9:45 a. m.— Nursery, kinderg'tn. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 

6:00 p.m.— Youth Fellowship. 



THALM - LYNNHAVEN CHARGE 

(Meth«dlst) 

Route 1, Lynnhaven, Va. 

E. E. Cox, Sqnply Pastor 

Russell Browne 

Church School Superintendent 

9:45 a.m.— Church S<;hool. 

11:00 a.m. — ^Morning Worship at^ 

Thalia each Sunday. 
3:00 p.m.— Worship Service at 
Lynnhaven 1st, 3rd Sundays 
7:00 p.m.— Youth Fellowship. 
7:30 p.m.— Choir practice Mon- 
days. 
W.B.C.S.— Second Thursdays. 



PRI$NDS MfektlNO 

113 Pinewood Road 
Home of Louise and Bob Wilson 
Sunday— 7:00 P.M. 



MttuomSt Church 

Back Bay, Virginia 
John W. MoMton. Pastor 

Fred B. Harrell 
Church School Superintendent 
10:00 a.m.— Church Sohool. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 



First 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Pacific Avenue at 38th Street 
.... Robert P. Davis, Pastor 
Charles H. Hltchings, Church 

School Supterintendent. 
9:00 A.M.— Morning Worship. 
10:00 A.M.— Church School. 
11 : 15 A. M.— Morning Worship. 
6:30 P. M — Junior PfeUowship. 
6:30 P.M.— Senior t-vllowship. 
10:30 A. M. Tue.sday— Player Band. 
2:30 P.M.— 3rd and 4th Monday 

—Women ol the Church. 
7:00 P.M.— 4th Wednesday — 

Men's Cluta. 
3:30 P/M. Tuesday— Brownies. 
7:30 P.M. 2nd Wednesday —Boy 
Scouts. 



Virginia Beach 
. WFTHODIST THUBCH 

l8th Btinrt near Atlantic Avenue 

C Stanley Lowell, Pastor 
Aubrey N Holmes, Church School 

Superintendent. 
I. Harold Vest, Choir Director. 
9:00 a.m.— Worship Service. 
9:00 a.m.— Classes for children 
Nursery thru Junior Dept. 
10:10 a.m.— Classes for all ages. 
Nursery thru Adult Division. 
11:00 a.m.— Worship Service. 
6:00 p.m.— Youth Fellowship. 



AttltHdDIBl ttfURCH 

Courthouse Rbad, Obeana, Va. 

*•" ^ft.'^.tsat •*-*"' 

Sunday School Superintendent 

9:00 a.m.— Early Worship. 

9:50 a. hi.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 

6:30 p.m.— Youth Fellowship. 

8:00 p.m.— Evening Worship. 

7:00 p.m.— Saturday: Interme- 
diate Fellowship. 
(Nursery for all tuorning services) 



OLD DONATION 
ttiSCtfPAh CHURCH 

Rt. 1, Box 63B, Bayslde, Va. 

Rev. Bevetley O. Tucker, Jr. 

Robert L. Beale, Church School 
Superintendent. 

9:45 a.m. — Chuch School. 

8:00 a.m. — Holy Communion. 
11:00 a.m. — ^Morning Prayer. 

7:30 p.m.— Youth Fellowship. 

7:30 p.m.— Evening Prayer. 



EAST OCEAN VIEW 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Ninth St. & Pleasant Ave. 

R. Alien Brown, Pastor 

W. £. Allmond, Church School Su- 
perintendent. 
9:30 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 
6:30 p. ih. — Pioneer Fellowship. 
6:30 p.m.— Senior Hi Fellowship 
8:00 p.m.— Evening Worship. 
6:00 p. m.— Tuesdays, Fellowship 

Supper. 
7:00 p. m.— Tuesdays, Prayer ser- 
. vice and Bible Study. . 



Nimmo 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Virginia 

Rev. Richard H. Shapland, Pastor 

O. Murray M&lbon 

Church School Superintendent 

10:30 a.m.— Church School. 

11:30 a.m.— Morning Worship, on 

2nd and 4th Sundays. 



Ffrst 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

35th Strert and Arctic Avenue 
.„„ .W.G. Bond, Pastor 
8: 30 AM— Family Worship. 
9:45A M— ChuiTh School. 
11:00 A M— Morning Worship. 
7:00 PM— B.TU 
8:00 P. M— Evening Worship. 
f :0O P. M. Wedneijday— Teachers 
meeting. 
11:00 A. M. 1st Thunsday— W.M.S. 

Circles General Meeting. 
IrtOP. M.— Cub Scouts. Call the 
Church. 

Phst 
^^ ^ASSEMBIJY OF GOD 

WMdlawn Ave. and 22nd St., Ext. 

IO:f6A.M.-<:hmx:h School. 
H.^W AM.— Morning Worship. 
t :M P. M— Evangelistic Service. 
f :l© P. M. Wednesday— Bible 

Study 
t!lO P. M, Friday— Christ's Am- 
baasadors. Youth Senice. 



Oak Grove 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

Back Bay, Virginia 

William A. Richardson, Pastor 

Curtis J. Ansell 
Church School Superintendent 
9:45 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 
8:00 p.m.— Evening Woi-ship. 
7:45 p.m. Wednesday— Prayer 

and Study Period. 
W.M.S. meets 2nd Mondays, 8 p.m. 

Tabern&cle 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Virginia 

Box 200, Lynnhaven, Va. 

Itev. Rirhard 11. Shaplattd 

MflBiiugh L. Dowdy 
Church School Superintendent 
10:30 a. m— Chilmh P"hoH 
11:30 a.m.— Morning Worship, (m 

1st and 3rd Sundays. 
Youth Fellowship alternate Tliurs- 
days evenings by amioUit- 
ment. 



BAYSIDE BAPTIST CHAPEL 

Robbins Corner, Bayslde, Va. 
Second Floor, Overton's Marekt 

John R. Wright, Pastor 

Box 367, Bayside, Va. 

J. Earl Jarrell, Sunday School Su- 
perintendent. 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday School. 
11:00 a. m.7-Morning Worship. 
6:30 p. m.— TrainUig Union. 
8:00 p.m.— Evening Worship. 
8:15 p.m. Wednesday — Prayer 
and Bible study. 



MOUNT OUVE 

BAPTIST CHURCH 

Rev. W. P. Jones, Pastor 

J. W. Sharpc, Church School Su- 
perUitendent. 

9:30 a. m.— Church School. 
11:30 a. in.— Mornmg Worship. 

7:30 p.m. — Evening Worship. 



F tftocortal 
^ CnVRCR Wr CHRIST 

Wh Street and Baltic Avenue 

E. L. Cyras, Pallor 

Omaaett Ferguson, SNuuiay School 

Boperlntendait. 
9m a. a Bwhdar School. 
11 !^ a. OS.— Alomtw worship. 
«:M p. m.— P A Service. 
?:M p. m.—Cvaw aiatic Service. 
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Calvary 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Glenrock, Rt. 2, Norfolk, Va. 
Th<mias Wesley. D.D., SqMply 

Charles E. Parron 
Church School Superintendent 
9:45 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 
6:30 p.m.— Pioneer FHlowahip. 
6:30 p.m.— Youth FeUow^ip. 
7:30 p.m. Wednesday— (ttyer 
Meeting. 



London BrMce 
BAPTIST CHVinm 

London Bridge, Virginia 
G. Edward Hnglits. Pai*«r 

R B Carter 

Church School Superintendent 
10:00 a.m. Church Stdwol. 
11:00 a.m.— Momii« Worship. 

7:00 p.m.— B. T. U. 

8:00 p.m.— Evening Worship. 

Rotj'e 1, Baysi^, Vttfin ia 

t^ Rfly nHfMl. VR0HF 

Or. M. Bagiey WWMT 



BEECH GROVE 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Pi'incess Anne 
William E. Barber, Pastor 

R. H. West, Sunday School Supt. 
10:00 at m.— Church School. 
11:00 a. m. -Adorning Worship, on 

2nd and 4th Sundays. 
7:00 p.m.— Evening Worship on 

3rd Sunday night. 



BETHEL METHODIST CHURCH 

Creeds 

WUIIam E. Barber, Pastor 

Mrs. Lala Hockett, Sunday School 

Superintendent. 
10:00 a.m.^Church School. 
11:10 a.m.— Mornmg \V(tt-stiip on 

1st and 3i<d Sundays. 
7:00 p.m.— EvehWg Worship on 
2nd Sunday hignts. 



KNOTT'S INLAND 
METHlttMST CINjACH 

Knotty Mand. N. C 

WWam fe. Itet^, Pastor 

£. It. Heaiiey, Suihday School supt. 

10:00 a.hi.^-C^urch School on 

2in| and 4th Sunda«£. and 
11:06 a m.-JChurch School on 

1st and 3rd Sundays 
10:00 a. m— Morning Worship on 

Ist and 3rd Sundays.. 
7:00 p.m.^Eveniug Woiship on 

4th Sunday nights. 



PRESBYI^^!^ CHtRCH 

Near Robbins Corner 
Rev. J. e. Joh ns on . Paster 

E. D. Ney, Chureh School t*ipt. 
9:45 a.m.— Sunday School 
11:00 a. m ^ W o mliig Worship 
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the building of character and good citizenship. 
It is a storehouse oi spiritual values. Without a 
strong Church, neither democracy nor civllizotion 
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every person should attend services regularly 
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ATLANTIC 
CLEANERS & LAUNDRY SERVICE 

Incorporated 

21st Street 

Phone 74 — Virginia Beach 

TAYLOR ITPHOLSTERING CO. 

Complete Upholstering — Auto and 
Furniture — Slipcovers 
821 17th St., Virginia Beach 
Telephone 2S4S • 

PRINCESS ANNE MOTOR CO 

J. Franli Malbon 
Phone: V.B. ISIS Oceana, Va. 

NIXON ELECTRIC 

Electrical Contractors 

Deepfreeze and Apex Appliances 

House and Conunercial Wiring 

LigbtiDg Fixtures General Hiepalftv.^ 

MM 17th St., Va. Beach— Pbotw IIOS 

WESTERN 4tm> 
ASSOCIATE nORE 

Home Ovned by S. M. Riggs 
601 1 7th St. Comer Medileitatae^ Ave. 
Phone 8(HI VirpBi* Beadi 

"Just Call Me Sam" 
TIffi OVllEt 

2018 Atlantic Aveouc Vltviora Beach 

OCEANA nSED A RARDWAM^ CO. 

Incorporated 

H. E. FnzteH, PresMcBt 

Seed and Garden Simlies 

Phones: Office 546 —Res. 2781-W 

Oceana, Virgmia 

OCEANA CLEANBRS 
Virginia Beach Blvd., Oceana, Va. 

Cleaning - Pressing - Dyeing 

W. C. "Bill" West Realty Coip. 

Phone: Virginia Beadi 2691 

W^B mARKACr ' 

"Service With Safety at Webb" 

Atiaadb Aveaae «t 27ft gtxeet 

Pbraie 1786 Viigima Btoacb 



W. 8. MtcRENNEY A SON 

Sta|>le and Fancy Groceries 
Meat Market — Fruits and Vegetables 
Phone: V.B. 226 or 923 — Oceana, Va. 

S & S 5 & !• DEPT. STORES 

Oceana and Bayside, Va. 
Oceana, Virginia ' 

RV&BELL ft HOLMES 

"Where Shopping is a Pleasure" 
I90S Allaitlic Ave. Virginia Beach 

C. 1^. HlfAHE'S ESSO STATION 

Tirtv; nifees, Auto Accessories 

J9llt and Atlantic Avenue 

Phone My Virginia Beach 

ttlMit . RUICR I^MPANV 

Sales - iServtoe — Body k Fender Work 

2 1 St anl Pacific Avenue 
Phone ,484 . Virginia Beach 

KBLLAife'lAtON INSURANCE CO. 

ReallEstate • Rentals - Insurance 
! • iJ"^ Pacific Avenue 
Phone IN- Virginia Beacfc 

tHif »llfcL1t>N RtBLfi CLASS 

SMRMAnortal Methodist CMarch 
_ .Qoeana, Virvaia 
WeloMnes Von Each ^aday Morning 
at 10 o'clock 

MAMltlA PUNSBAfc IPMHIS 

Ifith A. and Bsltic Avenue 
Phone 2J72 Virginia Beach 

C. E. RIHIECR 

PMnrtting and Heating 

3ha )%reet, Vii;^nia Beach 

Piioaes: V. B. 153 Noifdk MA 2-4142 

C. F. KADAS OOMPANtr 

ManuCadiArs of "Art VkOAl nuMtuic" 

La«oa ud Pevrti F t m iiu ir 

Mp telstered Fumitun 

OraanntlA J|nkB§s • SiMi THwicglMs 
PJwfle; V*. 1742 Ooeasa* Va. 



FOOD CARNIVAL 

30tb St. and Arctic Avenue 
Virgihia Beach 

JARVIS & RITCIIIN 

General Insurance 
17th & Pacific Ave. Phone 363 

ATLANTIC GROCERY 

2306 Atlantic Avenue 
Phone 70 Virginia Beach 

EMRHAE MOtORR 

Ford Sales and Service 
Virginia Bracfa, Virginia 

LONDON RRIIKiE 8UPn.V CO. 

Hardware - Building Supplies 

Duponii Paints 

Telephone V.B. 2477 



BRAttttWAlTB*B 
BERVtCR BTAttOtr 

torn Braitharaite, Pn^. 

Texaco Products 

24th St. and Atlantic Avenue 

Phone 680 Virginia Beach 



QREBNWtCtt 
HARDWARB A APPUANCB CO. 

telephone LO 5-3339 
RPU 2, Box 173. Norfolk. Virginia 

UNDsLEt OIL COMPANY 

"Evei^ody'9 Fuel Dealer" 

Esso KetDsene — Eaio Fuel Oil 

Phone: V.B. 205— Norfolk MA 2-6773 

HESTER TELEVtStON 

207 17lh Stteeb 
Phone 2293 Vbrtiiila Beach 



OCEANA DRUGS 

Telephone 3212 
Virginia Beach Blvd., Oceana, Va. 

CHERRY ■ PfelAkisW 

Viiginia Beach, Viiiinia 

VIRGINIA RBACtt ^itM}|:|t1r 

205 nth St. Virginia Beach 

feotiNiaeY-s smeu. stRncB 

"Friendly Service Ptas^dity Proihicts" 

31st Street and Bfflic Avenue 
Pbone l(M4 Viigini* Be«di, 

tM.D DOMINION PAPER CO. 

44th Street and KjdOef Av^mk 
N<»foHc, ViigiBia 

■nte TV sues * ^svicb 

"We Service All llakxs" 

Opeh 9.-00 to 9:00 

FhoM: Viisilia peaokiS^ 

v.. ieaoh Kvd. UMott £f^ Vf. 



SRASIM MARKET 

Conipiete Wmli MaikM' — We Deliver 

Phones: 189 — 190 — 191 
23nl Street Vtnteia Beach 

KBLLAM * RAtON. INC. 

BttihUmg SumKcs 

"Hcadqttakimlor Y«Hr N«eds" 

■Princeis Anne - - - PlKMes: 25t k. %5% 




Day Phones 



— Night: 489 



PraKCsk Arae, Va 

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SECTION THREE 



VIROlNfA KACH SUN- NEWS, TViURSDAY, MAY 26, 1955 



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EVERYDilY csJ^JUK 

heuciioiv 



lismoOM cmrcii 



FCMfT (« View 



Wh»t there is to be seen is tm- 
portant. The i^we frwn which 
we 1«* is important, too. W«- 
ttiral Bridge offer* no.vtew ttom 
the top. Tou (»n actindly be 
standing on the span of the bridge 
and have, no idea it is there at 
all. You Aiirt drive back a mile 
or two. take a walk down the val- 
ley. Then you look, and behold. 
the wmider of tlve brl(tee. The 
pcrtnt of view » impcH'tant. 

One JiMhe difference between 
ns ai|d Ood is thait we see only a 
part and Ckid sees all. We see the 
tiny cuMcle of time and space we 
are in. Ood sees It an spread out 
like a schi^l. If we could see ctm- 
teniporary events as they will ap- 
pear even ten years from now. we 
might have quite a different idea 
of them. So miich depends on the 
perq^eetive. 



Time and TMe 

There was, a time when minis- 
ters preached sermoiu against wo- 



men bobbing their hair and wear- 
ily tiM»rt skirts. Today I know of 
no priiacher who wouM do so We 
Imve a dlff^i^nt vteinwint atwut 
such matters. Indeed, \ recall Uwt. 
when kmg skirts came back fol- 
lowing Wwld War II a clentyman 
Mend (A mine denounced them 
as immoral because the extra ma- 
terial was needed to clothe ^t^he 
naked of »irope! 

The fire of london rtcArcrr^H 

most of the (rid city. It made pos- 
siMe the rehnlidiw? the city on 
a superiw plan. So f?reat was the 
improvement that historians now 
write of the great f)re ahnoet as 
though it were a blessing. Tet at 
the tilme it was a terrible catas- 
trophe and brought suffering to 
many thousands. 

The stupldtt^ of Oeorge ZIf 
helped to bring on the American 
Revolution. The brttchtest jewel 
in the British crown was lost. Rit 
out of that disaster the British 
learned a lesson that was to prove 
InvahiaMe. They learned that the 




lyi'Kmy ti omivb iB muit iwsf 
be Imported. PMm ttHs tratie ex- 
periOKse was b(Hii the idea of 
the British CoauKmwealth tA lia- 
tlmis. a noviH notion Ui oniHre. 

The w«rs of mwon fonowtaig 
the PR^estssit Rd^mMttion w»re 
Msooff tlte most stm^ld and brutal 
cM^lets of an time. Tet out of 
these wan came ttie great prin- 
cHrie of rtiigious fariention. lio- 
bO(fy waoited tlmt principle at Uie 
time. An partic^aats eanw to it 
ttmnwh gnklgbig aeeeptanee. Yet 
today many regard reiMMus tol- 
eration ao highly as to say that 
these wms were wcHthwhile if 
they eoQhl make so^ a benefit 
possible. 

ilsCM leea 
R to imiiortant to see things 
Inelartvely before we imss judg- 
ment. What is Ms more inclusive 
viewpoint? Or rather, whose is it? 
B is Ood's. With Ood the end is 
as the beainninv. We see Mdy a 
pan and the part we see amy iHs- 
tress us. Bat Ood sees aU. What 
seento to us an imrelieved disaster 
nuiy appear to Rim as an integral 
step toward a great achievement. 

The best person who ever lived 
died tlM death of a criminal. Prom 
our viewpoint nothing could have 
been worse. Ii» the divine perspec- 
tive Calvary was the key to the 
woild's redenvtioa. 

We must strive in so far as we 
can to see life clearly and to see 
it who^e. We must strive to see 
not from the angry partialities of 
little men but from the inclusive- 
ness of Ood. Perhaps that is what 
Jesus meant by that pusding im- 
peative: "Tou, therefore, shall be 
perfect even' as your Heavenly 
Piather is perfect." 



S. P^Bro«^ 
WiH Attend 
Assn. AAeeting 

The National Association of 
County Officials will meet at the 
^hn MarshalMfotel In Richmond 
Jyly n-20. 

Ainmig memtoers from this area 
to attend will be S. Paul ft-own. 
chairman of the ftincess Anne 
County Board of Supervlwrs: and 
O. A. Treakle of the Norfolk 
County Board. Mr. Brown L<» a 
memiber of the WACO ClvU De- 
fensy Committee and Mr. Treakle 
is treasurer of the groiip and im- 
mediate past iM-esident. 

The organization, which has 
never befwe met in Virginia, is 
composed of county officers from 
an over the United States, and 
ineludes in its membership Judges, 
elerk^ and recorders, coimty com- 
missioners and supervisors, sher- 
iffs, county attorneys, treasurers, 
tax coUectors, highway officials 
and others. 




By Rkv. EnNCat K. CMintiAN 
%10IQl% Of USriJO¥il> HYMNS 



ARE YOU THI TAROIT FOR TONIOHT? 

Throw up your defenses against the discomforts of 
summer. Put our no-sag Sprlngtite Screens on every 
window and make sure you irisulate your attic area, 
too! .^ |^<i^|l|# 

THiS'Way your home wilKbe cooler all summer long 
and you won't suffer from invasion by flying insects. 
See us for summer comfort materials tomorrow. 

CALL US AND WE'U DEUVER 




Dr« Bond Back 
From Convention 

Dr. W. O. Bond, putor of the 
Pint Baptist Church. Virginia 
Beach, wlU return to his pulpit 
next Sunday after attending the 
meeting of the Southern Baptist 
Convention in Miami, Pla. 

With the use of an opaque pro- 
jector, the congregation Sunday 
evening wiU be alble to visualize 
a meeting of such a convention. 
On the screen wlU be shown lec- 
tures to portfay the gathering of 
thousands of peasllB in a deliber- 
ative body. Newspaper clippings 
and other material wlH ba used to 
give those present a vicW of tini 
Issues before the convention. 



GEORGE E. MOTT. HI. 
TO TAKE SUMMER CRUISE 

Midn. George E. Mott. m. son 
of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Mott. 
Jr., of 900 Norlolk Avenue. Vir- 
ginia Beach, will be among the 
50 Duke University NROTC Mid- 
shipmen to participate this sum- 
mer In a training cruise to Eng- 
land and Spain. 

Scheduled to leave Norfolk June 
6 are 1.700 Naval Academy mid- 
shipmen and 1,400 NROTC mid- 
shipmen from Duke and other 
universities. 

They will return Augrust 3. 



GOD BE WTTH YOU 
mSL WE MEET AOAW 

The white minister who was to 
become jH-esldent of a great Ne- 
gro university picked tip a dic- 
tionary in his study at tlw Pirst 
Congregational Church, Wash- 
ington. D. C. He thumbed through 
the pages until he found what he 
wanted, and then made somt 
notes on a pad at his side : "Pare- 
well — fare thee well. Wherever 
you go, whatever you do. however 
circumstances affect you, may you 
fare well." Another volimie fur- 
nished an interpretation of the 
slang expression. "So long," and 
hinted that it was possibly an 
Testament and found these re- 
ferences: Acts 15:29. "Pare ye 
well;" Acts 23:30. "Pa^ewell." 

From the original Greek, he 
discovered that these words have 
a wide variety 'of meaning, in- 
cluding "God make you strong^; 
but strong; be well; be firm; en- 
joy good health; rejoice; be joy- 
ful and be full of joy." 

Since his Sunday evening con- 
gregations were growing, the re- 
sourceful pastor, the Rev. Jere- 
English corruption of the Islam 



greeting, "SalaaiB AlaUon. 
•ftmee be with.yoo." filing timt 
tile Preneh farewefl, "Ai^u" or 
"Au revolr," means "Till we meet 
again," he ttien looked up the 
w(H^d "goodbye.' He Krtted down 
these notes: "Goodbye — God be 
with you. Can God go with every- 
(me? Smipose ttiey don't want 
Him to go with them? Is this not 
a parting word for Christians 
only?" 

With thi^ he looked up the 
various "farowens" in the New 
aUah Eames Raiddn (1828-1904) 
featured evangelistic singing. He 
had already edited a book of gos- 
pel songs two years eaiHer, "Gos- 
pel T em per a nce Hymnal" having 
lieen puMlshed in 1878. Even be- 
fore that, some of his original 
hymns had been included in 
"Song of the New Life" puMlshed 
in 1889. 

This particular Sunday night 
in 1880 he wanted to close the 
service with a farewell hymn. The 
(mly good one in the standard 
hymnals was John Pawcett's 
"Blest be the tie that binds." But 
Rankin wanted something dif- 
ferent, more of a lifting gMpel 
song than a dignified stately 
hymn. Not finding what he want- 
ed and with the results of his 
recent study of the dictionary and 
the BiUe in his mind, he sat down 
and wrote the first stanza of his 
own "benediction hymn." 

God be with you tin we meet 

again. 
By His cotmsels guide, uphold 

you; 
With His sheep securely fold 

you 
Ood be with you till we meet 

again. 
He sent the words to two mu- 
sicians, asking them to try their 
hand at composing an appro- 
priate tune for the stanza and 
chorus: "Tin we meet at Jesus' 
feet. God be with you till we meet 
again." 



ttte tone that suited him and 
seeoMd to eJiw e ss the spirit of 
the words was sent in W Winiun 
GODld Tomer, at that time school 
teacher in Ctopeitesville. N. J 
The mt^e so pleased the poet 
that iM wrote seven additional 
stansas to compete his new hymn. 
It is interesting to note that Mr. 
TMuer had been at one time on 
the rtaff of fieneral O. O. How- 
ard, after whan the great Negro 
institution of higher education. 
Hcnrard UnivCTsity, in Washing- 
tmi, D. C, is named. Later Or. 
RaaUn himself was to serve as 
prefldent of this unfveraity for 
seven yean. 

Dr. J<*n W. Wschoff. blind or- 
ganist of the author's church, re- 
vised the new tune slightly, and 
it was sui« for the first time 1^ 
the poet's Sunday night congre- 



gation Ui his 

It is straata HM 
siSHrie that Of its 
eight cMitain Hw s 
"God be with yoa i 
again." stumld luivc 
on Qie affeetions of 
people. But. for good or IB, M tm. 
and. with or without tho 
it is sung Sunday aAar 
as a "parting hymn" ami m a 
"Christian goodbye." R inH UnI 
piiMished the year of ttg Mi^ 
> positicm in "Gospel Bells." • dftf* 
lection of hyou» and 
ed l>y the i»8tor, his 
his Sunday School superiittMAM. 

It is flttli^ for an m^ 
says "thanks'* when it 
"thank y(w" to be renttadid 
everytime it says "goodbye tf IP 
saying a prayer, "Ood bs 
you." 




Simmons Phofo Service announce the opening of their E»- 

larged and redecorated P(»TRArT STUDIO with priva& n- 

mm- 

ception and dressing rooms, PLUS recent addition to iMr 

staff of expert photographers, at 2303 Atlantic Avenue, antt 

dooT to the* Camera Shop. Their only premium Is your complets 

satisfaction at a reasonable price. Come in, let them show yoa 

the finest portraits ever taken at Virginia Beach. 



tXmt be surprised if a recorded 
voice answers yoin* telephone caU 
to a doctor or business firm. The 
CAP Teleplwne company is now 
marketing a mechanical secretary 
which answers the telephone and 
records a short message which the 
suOMcriber may hear when he re- 
turns to his office. 



A few drops of camphor oil 
atkled to each gallon of paint 
used on porches and outdoor fur- 
niture will serve as an Insect re- 
pellant. [ 



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Ikbla'W tbii aa#-.B|iM!^viag 

Lattidromaie khiit'iaiAf 25" 

wide. Gone is flteold-fiHiiioiwd 

agitator. Now VfetXb^tumt baOds the vams right la 

ti» waridMiAet. As it revolves, dothea are fluabed, lilted, 

tamed and toml^d again and again. They ooma ool 

deaner and brigfaiar, 100% onifbmily wariwd. 

PQWrAm-Ke^ It in a doset-nll it brto the kjtdkea 

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CRU ■■''•yiLT'Nl->4t'b handarmie pwmanant uadw 

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Power Brak"s '' 
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extra cost o.i ^ • 



Power Slasring. An 
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Custam cab. Eictra-com- 
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seats, two-tone trim! 



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VIRGINIA BEACH SWM- NEWS, THURSDAY, MAY 76, T9^ 



SICnONTHKE 



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tke MIXIMG BOWL 

IT'S 3un TOC OC^l 

By LUCILE CLARK 

iSUN - NEWS POCM) EDTIXMI 

fto Ae very latest m food fads and folWes 
for pratlcal. down-to-earth recipes that 
MeaM fcom I»iat« «"<» poclietbook, tune in 
'liT'S aX>K." with lAiclle Clarlc each day. 
Ifenday through Friday, at 12 o'cloclc. on 
Ration WTAR-TV. 




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Hm, here iw «»« •*»*»» — *"** 
I ttovM today we'd chat about 
ys to Nitertain. 
ttw dab meets at your 
yOBll find this "Ck** Lun- 
^MMn Sandwich" a big success. 
T«Blf« likely to say "why didn't I 
fMak of that?" 

won THE BACffi of the sandwich 

aw a sliM of pumpernickle or 

Tf bread. This is U^wed with 

e. then a slice of Swiss 

__t. next cwnes a slice of ham, 

top Cf that, two slices of to- 

(and well soon be getting 

e-grown ones, won't that be 

ifWiderfnl?). Garnish with slices 
«f bard-eooked eggs and strips of 
Olip baotm. Served with thous- 
■Bd tttond dressing, this is a fla- 
fuM as well as an attractive 
CdoMnation. You'll need to add 



only coffee or tea to the main 
course and then for a luscious 
dessert. Fudge Pie or some other 
favorite sweet. 

HOW yLfi'iiY TIMES have you 
been called on to act as chair- 
man oi the refreshment commit- 
tee of the PTA or your church 
group? 

The next time you are. remem- 
ber that some of the ready-to- 
serve meats make a nice chaise 
from sweets, cookies and the like. 
You can use spiced ham. pimento 
loaf or a chipped beef and cream 
cheese mixture. Cut the sand- 
wiches into different shapes. You 
may use cookie cutters to shape 
your sandwiches. 

BEEF WHIRLS add a gay touch 

to the sandwich tray. Carefully 

spread thinned creamed cheese 



Mrs. Moores' Bakery 

400 - 30th SirMf 

FOOD CARNIVAL BLDG. 

For Fine Baking 

PmMm - Cakw - Cookirt 
CakM l6r AH Occniom 

Phone 2004 



over slices of chipped beef and 
roll. ChUl and slice into btte-size 
pieces. 

Another Usty tid- blt is BACON 
and PEANUT BUTTER PIN- 
WHSEL0. Cook bacon until trans- 
parent, then cut m 2-inch strips. 
l^m-ead with peanut butter, roll. 
Just before serving, slip the pln- 
wheels under your broiler to heat. 

IP YOU ARE GOINO to use the 

ready-to-serve meats, choose 
from the wide range of flavors 
. . . meats to suit each person's 
taste. Also pick meats with color 
in mind. Imlude lighter loaves 
such as veal and bologna, the 
darker saltuni and corned beef. 
It's interesting, also, to have dif- 
ferent shapes and sizes of meats. 
Choose from among the large and 
small rolls and the varied-shaped 
loaves. 

WHEN STORINO ready-to-serve 
meats in your refrigerator, keep 
them closely wrapped. Use several 
thicknesses of wax paper, plastic 
wrap or aluminum foil, whichever 
you prefer. 



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STRAIGHT from the SHOULDER- •• 




By ALICE BRE\A/ER WHITE 

FASRION and WOUMire SDITOR 

AM the fwy late* to «tyle trends J^r mttM^ 

eidtural f*it«*ei. fa«iH« g^"^. *^ J*'"?t^ 
tatewst to cMbuwwiofiiie Tidewat er WW. 

win be aecii and hewid on Oie AMceB^^r 

White Progran. broiidOMt **>»■*»;••' *■ 

MMMlay thromfii TrMv vm WVWC-T9. 



«ook 

Willi 

HI AS 



It givM matchlMi a^rformanc* 
for the tmartett kHcheni in the 
world - fhe fnett modern way to 
cook - See your GAS MAN I 



rVDOE PIE 

Here Is a delicious and devas- 
tatingly rich, crustless pie. Make 
it and see for yourself. 

1 cup sugar 
y'j cup butter 

2 egg yolks 

2 ounces chocolate 
K- cup flour 

1 teaspoon vanilla 

2 egg whites 
% teaspoon salt 

Vanilla ice cream 



VIRQINIA BCACH GAS 

CORPORATION 
23rd Street Virginia Beach, Va. 



Cream sugar and butter until 
very light. Beat in egg yolks, 
chocolate (melted and cooled), 
the flour and vanilla. Mix tho- 
roughly and fold in egg whites 
(stiffly beaten with salt>. 

Bake in a greased 8-lnch pie 
plate about one-half hour at 325 
j degrees. When ready to serve tep 
with ice cream. 



WHAT fSTftSOT K>R 
IN COTTO!«3 . . . 

V Designer Paul Pames has 
used a variety of new and in- 
teresting cottons for his newest 
summertime, creations. He has 
chosen cottons that are erinkled 
or plain, woven in new patterns; 
checked ginghams, chambrays, 
cotton Honan, cotUms blended 
with silk, plain, patterned, or em- 
broidered. 

Second in his fabric clKWJe are 
the perennial sheer flat cr^?es. 
sheer .Irish linens, and silk shan- 
tungs. Therefore, femme shoppers 
can have a real time of it in mak- 
ing selections for wear at home, 
in the country, at the beach or 
for traveling. 

Cdlors as well as fabrics are cool 
— with mint green, grey, yellow. 
as well as black, combined with 
white in checked designs. There 
are creamy and light yellow tones, 
too, and much pale grey through- 
out the Fames siunmer collection. 
As a matter of fact, never before 
in many years has grey been so 
summer-popular ! 

Black, pink, white and blue — 
ranging from star sapphire thru 
violet shades to navy— are all to 
be found in the cotton fashions in 
our shops at the moment. Trim- 
ming, wherever used, is light and 
airy with narrow satin pipings 
and little shoe-string bows or big 
splashy ones; floating chiffon 
handkerchiefs, fragfle bits of 
white or black lingerie, sparkling 
buttons; and many plain, pleated 
or corrugated bands of fabric, 
touches of velvet, and gay bou- 
tonniers. 



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vacationers. There are cottcm 
suits with skirts, and ensemWes 
composed o! dress and Jacket or 
dress and bolero. Paul PWnes fea- 
tures chiffon cotton, cbed for 
one or two- tone dresses with full 
swirling skirts, slender bodioes 
and low, cool neckline. These 
airy frocks are piped with match- 
ing or contrasting »tin, adorned 
with whiffs of satin bows, or are 
trimmed with tiwked or ideated or 
lattice bands of fa«wic. that are 
typical of the fine custom order 
detail for which Paul Pames is 
noted. (Home severs can get 
many a fine idea from taking a 
peek at a Fames creation.) 
♦ • » 

BLACK IS HERE AGAIN . . . 

V For those of you who are 
planning on vacation trips to 
the Big Town, don't forget that 
a real guarantee for "coolth" on 
the hot pavements is a neat day- 
time or night-time frock in black. 
Summery black frocks in sheer 
crepes. Irish linen and silk or cot- 
ton shantung make stunning hot 



weather aid* tor that ehle appear- 
ance. 

• • • 

MEN'S LAST WOMD 

Bf 90MMER tOCm . . ■ 

V De^ greys and bhies are to 
toe popular for awn's wear 
this stMittmertlme. There will be 
trim cottwi JaekeU with medium 
width shoulders. Mm cotton 
staKsks win be seen in solids, and 
in checks, and in atrlpM. Jiwt- 



bakMr-the-knee eott<m soaks will 
IK iNrn OfUi die Iww Mudd w 
efyfOimf? slwrtk and cotton knits 
win be very ptqwlar wit hthe nieo 
foHn for aporW shirte. Litts of 
eotton $porU 4ita1i are 4«ii« piar- 
oliMSd in boid pvUMa. M^t 
ebeeks mid other eolcwful c^sigps. 
Cotton Areas shtrta taa white and 
putel eoikn are favt^nc shorter 
tabs and narrower ai»ead. Tlie 

PMtels are tcrrtflc! 

• • * 

LIKE PATHBt. liRE SOM . 

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V For boys, it win Be a "l*e 
father, IHee son" summer 
stalling. Bdys' eottmw are hfeh- 
styled in deAlm, broaddoO), irtiss- 
es. sailcloeh. macMs. ehambray, 

ginghams and conhiroy. 

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happy Memorial Day. 



BUNBONNET OINOHAMS . . . 

\' Many of the smarte8t*travel- 

ing suits are fashioned in 

checked sunbonnet ginghams or 

wotren cottons. These are ideal far 

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ASBESTOS HpE LIKE NEW 
AFTER 17 YEARS' SERVICE 

A 15-in. asbestos-cement water 
line installed 17 years ago by the 
Chicago and Northwestern Rail- 
road recently was subjected to ex- 
haustive tests by Chicago city en- 
ginter.s. They lound It showed no 
physical deterioration, even under 
difflrillt operating conditions. 'An 
engineer said a section removed 
for the test looked as new as the 
day it was installed and would 
bt kept on hand for re-iuse in case 
of emergency. 



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Utah, about 163 miles south of 
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neord ijMlen QOir OB the auurtM. 
This eviteai offers ibbiv fetttfee 
which malws it BKWt pnetleal. 
tinple and eaar •» aw- 

ifteUMa liieits, irhieh»ai« tai- 
ehided to eaeh book, show practi- 
cal faealmUe reproddettone of pro- 
per Mitriet. AnotlMr appreciated 
feature li the depreetation charts 
whieh ilve awnpie Hfe and de- 
preelatkm rates of fwTiitiire, 
equHMBent, Imiidthgs, ete. 

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loose leaf dwets tot one year or 
Biore. Hem fillers and sheets are 
always oMainaMe. The stae <rf tiie 
book is convenient for any sirfe 
or desk. Complete instructlcms are 
printed in each hook and all 
f<mns are Mlf-ex|danatory. 

The sheets are kwse leaf, pen 
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vaim. wlthT hea<nnffi printed in 
MMk type on high-grade, water- 
marked no. 1 white Kteal Syston 
ledger paper. 

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hvtt Ideal Rj^HM Md^f weeia. 

Vtow fillers Mr sheets mtt tamtsft 
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ssses or income, eaak ree«v«d mid 
distribaticm of sales or ineeme 
eaeh day. It refMets year j^ro- 
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KKpenses and pureluote sectkm 
— Susineas expense s and purchas- 
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self-explasMnAry e(riuiiu» headed 
according to tax l eq ulrem e n ts. AH 
eai^ uid cheeks psM out are pro- 
pei^ mxooBMd tor here, pi e ^tog 
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NOTICE 

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PaRTANT 

CITY LICENSE 

Merehaiito, Vtotmimnh and Miscellaneottfl (My Ueen- 
sea for the License Year Beginning May l»t 1985 Ending 
April 30th 1956, are now due and payables ^ 

Application blanks may be had in the office of the Commissioner of the Revenue, 
City Hall, and every assistance will be rendered in preparation of same. 

LfcinM OtSniHf malm miHi •f ipplication and payintftt •! licf hm iwln§ Urn 
month of May. 

CommiMionor of the Roveniio, Virginia Baach, Virginia 



», iHat of I t t ym ote Oardeui, 
8ec. 2; tax ^.1». 

WUtons Oaadns. lae.. to *ey 

Sdwin ronon. St.. et is, kK 9, 

Mock ». ^at of Umrymore Osar- 

dens. See. 3: tax |a».10. 

I^Wians Oardena, Ine., to T. 

Last, it., et ux. kH SO, 

a, ^at of Larr^MOfC Gtor- 

dens. aee. 3; tax laa.M. 

IIUMkm CMrdens, iw.. to Fer- 
ry Ikuee Ward et ox. tot 32, Motsk 
a. plat (A Larrymore Ctordene. 
flee. 3; tax m-^- 

Wintoms Oardmi. Ine., to 'um- 
a^ Alison iMwp H ux, kH 4, 
Uoek 8, ^t of Larrymore Oar- 
mta. See. i; tax $»).10. 

WUUams Osrdens, Inc., to R. 
Buddy nickel et ux, k>t 1», Moek 
8, ptet of L arry m o re Gardens, 
See. 2; tax $38.18. 

Williams GNirdens. Inc., to Geo. 
OMie WdMr el ux. hi 4, btoek 8. 
^at of liurrynore Gardens, Sac. 
3; tax ^.18. 

Doyle Lewitt Oordett et ux to 
OMtrge Lawrence Pktt ef ux, tot 
18, Mock 1, ^t of Larrymmre 
Acres, Sec. 1: tax $18.90. 

Kastem Realty De<rel. Co». to 
OoMHton - Segflf - HogMi Resi- 
dential Sides Cort>., lot 8, Moek 3, 
plat of Baylake Pines, sObdy. 1; 
tax ^.74. 

Goodman - Segar - Hogan Res- 
idential Sales Corp. to Harold O. 
Russell, Jr., et ux. lot 8, block 2. 
plat of Baylake Ptnes, sotodv. 1; 
tax $3.75. 

R. C. Smlther to Harry L. 
Walker et ux. a parcel of land t>e- 
gbmtng at Intersectkm of Va. 
Beach Blvd.; tax #3.39. 

David W. Fentress et ux to 
ifoOy P. Simpson. Jr.. et ux. lot 
1. plat of Thalia Miores; tax $5.- 
70. 

MoGinnis Ind. Center, Inc., to 
Ernest W. Coleman, tot 23, block 
O, plat of River fWrest Shores; 
tax $1.96. 

flffBie, to Bmest W. Coleman, 
lot 38, Mock O, plai of River For- 
rest Shores; tax $1.95. 

Same, to Frank F. Prym et ux, 
lot 31, Mock O, plat of River For- 
rest Shores; tax $1.99. 

Stanley, Inc., to Ray Freemont 
Rollins et ux, lot 7, Mock F, plat 
of Asalea A6res. Sec.l; tax $18.20. 

Same, to Robert Ashley Owen 



et ux. lot 8. Uock F, i^«t of A»- 
lea Acres, Sec. 1; tax $M.40. 

Same, to Roy E. iWcRenry et 
ux. lot 5, Mock F, iriiU OS, Asalea 
Mres, Sec. 1; tax $19.95. 

Sasae, to EhrOod Uwie Knowles 
et uX. lot •^ Irfock F, idat of A»- 
lea Acres, Sec. 1; tax $18.20. 

Same, to J<mn L. Stevens et m, 
lot 1, Mock E. i^t of Aiailea 
AerM, Sec. 1; tax ^.80. 

Same, to Ijrie U Ooieoran et 
ux, tot 9, Uo^ F, plat of Atslea 
Acres, Sec. 1; t«i $18.30. 

Same, to lAwrence Jefferscm 
Lackey et \a.. tot 5, Uock F. plat 
of Malea AerM. Sec. 1: tax $31.30. 
Same, to James B. nil? et ux. 
tot 15, Mock A. plat of ASatoa 
Acres, Sec. 1 ; tax $19.»>. 

Samt. to Harry Jo«n>ta Schulte. 
Jr.. et ux, tot 3, block F, plat of 
Aaalea Acres, Sec. 1; tax $33.:m. 
voting Const. Corp.. to Joseph 
B. NMl et m, kHi 147. plat of 
Laurel Ibmor; tax $18.95. 

Wtmam W. Boykm et ux to 
Jack M. Jacoby et ux, tot 192, 
plat of Sunset Shores Parkway; 
tax $39.90. 

BenHunin B. Cobn et ux to Jo- 
seph W. nackstone et ux. lot 5, 
plat of Meadowbrook Forest, Sec. 
2; tax $M.35. 

Croatan Beach Corp. to Ocie 
Parker, Jr., ei ux. lot 7, btock 18, 
plat of Croatan Beach; tax $2.10. 



block 6, ^t of C. W. DnI No 
near Ja<da<aidate; tax $1.20. 

Jennie Hunnlngdon DtPrees to 
Mary Undsay Studds, lot O, flat 
of .property located near Rose- 
mont; tax $1.50. 

Waiter Fay Garrett et als to 
Muriel K. Stanley. lots 7, 8. 9. 10. 
block 32, plat of East Ocean View, 
Sec. 2; tax $1.50. 

Herbert Cashvan et als to Rus- 
sell Morgan MUler, lot 43. block 

17. pat of Roosevelt Gardens, Sec. 
2; tax $21.15. 

Eastern Realty IJevelop. Corp. 
to William Thompson Fisher, lot 

18, plat of Baylake Pines, subdv. 
2; tax $9.00. 

Stanley, Inc., to Jesse Terrell 
Graham et ux, lot 22, block N, 
plat of Azalea Acres, Sec. 1; tax 
$16.20. 

Same, to Harold R. Sanford et 
ux, lot 14, Mock A, plat of Azalea 
Acres. Sec. 1; tax $20.40. 

Same, to Robert R. Felts et ux, 
lot 24. block N. plat of Azalea 
Acres, Sec. 1; tax $16.50. 

Same, to Norman E. Roberts et 
ux, lot 23. block N. plat of Azalea 
Acres, Sec. 1; tax $18.50. 

Same, to Charles E. Enroughty 
et ux, lot 25, Uock N. plat of 
Azalea Acres, Sec. 1; tax $20.(». 

R S. Right, Jr.. et ux to Wal- 
ter P. Barcroft, lots 16. 18. block 
5(2. plat of Shadow Lawn Heights; 
tax 73 cents. 

Allan D. Miller et ux to Ernest 
E. Barnett et ux. lot 48. plat of 
Hfllcrest; tax $1.50. 

Amanda Swartzentrubsr et al 




mat t- * 

dliuits dbrp.. a 3^.8 
of land on plat of 
tax mii:3^- 

Haael F. FIMt et vlr to Atoyloae 
I. Pelek, two parcels M land in 
East Ocean View; tax $7.88. 

Sune to same, tote 37. 38. ». 
30, btock 48, pbt of Bast Owmi 
^new. See. 3, pfal A; tax 78 e«tB. 

Emanuel B. P^rell ct ox to 
Herman ^rtee et in, tot ia, iris* 
ta tvmv^i^lBkom Umue; tn $188. 

Southern Gardens, Ine., to JcAn 
C. Woiners et tn, tot 8, btoeK 4. 
plat of RooseveK OmdnM, See. 1; 
tax $30.88. 



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D. Weaver, ^.. tof % I 
of Blver FbrfHt I 

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se^ A. * 
Of 
$3.88. 

SUM, to fioylil^Wt Jl^ 

See. 3; tei JtJl. 

Dor la W. Amhbsi et nir la 1 
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W. Newman et ux, tot 37. plat of 
Oatewood Park; tax $11.40. 

Sandbriitee Beach, Inc.. to the 
County of Princess Anne, a par- 
cel of land in Seaboard District; 
no tax. 

John William RuTf et ux to 
Frank S. Coles et ux, a parcel in 
KempsviUe District; tax $19.50. ! 

Charles M. Hodgman, Jr., et ux, | 
et als, to Norman Reid Collier et | 
ux, tot 16, plat of property of C. 
M. Hodgman heirs: tax $16.50. 

Charles T. Hendricks et ux to 
Vernon D. Dickerson et ux, lot 28, 
block 18, plat of Olenrock; tax 45 
cents. 

Dtevld I. Levine et ux to August 
S. Vldla et als, tots 2 and 5, block 
A; lots 8 and 12, block B, plat of 
Woodbine... tax $7.50. 

Arthur Lilienfield to Richard 
R. Maund et ux, lot 7, block 17, 
plat of Va. Beach Develop. Co., 
plat No. 2; tax $9j00. 

John Allen Carney et ux to 
Willie E. Tniitt et ux, lots 24. 25. 




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tract of land tn KempsviUe; tax 
$21.45. 

Maggie Mills to R. E. Towns- 
end, lots 19, 20. btock 3. plat of 
Euclid Place: tax 15 cents. 

Martha Flippo Fuqua et vir to 
John F. Flippo et ux, lots 43. 44, 
block 44. plat of Euclid Place; tax 
15 cents. 

Chester Downey Himes to R. E. 
Townsend. lets 30. 31, block 42, 
plat of Euclid Place; tax 30 cents. 

Mahlon O. Board et ux to R. 
E. Townsend. lots 22, 23, block 67, 
plat of Euclid Place: tax 45 cents. 

John Y. Long to R. E. Tovt^s- 
end, lots 9, 10, block 12. plat of 
Euclid Place: tax 15 cents. 

John H. Trant et ux to James 
M. Flippen et ux, lots 91, 92, 
plat of Oatewood Park; tax $18.00. 

Oceana Village, Inc.. to I^nald 
R. Smith et ux, lot 97. plat of 
Oceana Village: tax $11.10. 



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to attract — and hold, desiir- 
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lipIlM or SptMKviy Fact Car 



fl» Ctao* Chwndet OorijorR- 
tkn thiB iwek Invited the piAlic 
1^ we and (Mve » eolorful replica 
St the 1956 Mtttw — itc Chevrolet 
vaemtly ehoien m otfneial pwce 
Mr for Otto yen's SOO-mlle apeed- 
my etassk at Indiuu^wlis, Ind. 

Hw ubosimI offer is tteing 
MMie in Honor of the part Chev- 
nm wiH ftou in the historic r«:e 
m Mar M. L. L. dark said. 

the ofnelal car, a flashing Bel 
Mt eonvertlMe in be%e and red. 
vfll lead 33 of the irorld's fastest 
race cars on the starting lap ot 
th» May 30th eta^aic. 

It is equ4>ped with Powerglide 
■otOBMtic tranmission and the 
«ptMmaI iW-horsepower "Super 
ttBtKHflre" V8 engine whi<^h in- 
«latftB a four-terrel cartxjretor 
and dual Mhamt system. 

In extending the invitation to 
Chevrolet to pace the Indiana- 
90lte race. Speedway Board Chair- 
Anton Hulman, Jr., said: 



Bients in the industry." 

Mr. dai* stated: "We want to 
give the public an opportunity to 
ciunpare the improvements Mr. 
Hulman mentioned in his invita- 
tion. The pace car replica will be 
on view in our showroom at 805 
17th Street until May 30." 



"The IW* Chevrolet V8 Is a 
'MCiDral' as pace car this year in 
view of the fact that the car and 
Ofine represent latest develop- 



mCinTATHHf 

The followlr^ figureo Include 
both rain and snow, on the basis 
Utat ten inches of snow are equal 
in water content to approximate- 
ly one inch of rain. • 

Driest state: Nevada, with year- 
ly average of 8.8 iiwhes. 

Driest spot: Oreenland Raneh, 
Death Valley, Cal.. with annual 
average of 1.35 inches. 

Average for U. 8.: About 29 
Inches. 

Wette.1t state: Louisiana. wUh 
yearly average of SS inches. 

Wettest spot: Wynoochee Ox- 
bow. Wash., with a 13-year an- 
nual average of 150.7 Inches. 

Largest rainfall in 24 hours: 
23.22 inches at New Smyrna, fla., 
October 10-11, 1924. 



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More Men Are Bringing 
Their Wives Here For Dinner 



'VsAcanlywaylcmgctlMroBtortbe Utcben over the week-Mi," 
hM <nw of oar patnms last week. Ami wives do love to dine dowa 
km al Ac »ore DrHe Imi ... they enjoy dw fine flOel migmm 
ittA Anns, the pkamrt and comfortaMe dtoing rooms mi fhe 
fricfc, prtHe service. Come oa down and bring yonr wife, ti vehe^ 
a brMk Ms week-end. We have facHMcs fo» 2W iicsts. prlv^ r-^— 
tat sp cc tal parties nd we're ready on a mhmte's no^c. 



Optn Stturday and Sundlay 'til 2 •.iti. Othar nlghlt 

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SHORE DRIVE INN 

Shore Drive and Chesapeake Beach Road 



Camrty 

LMt week the Unme Dnnon- 
stration women in the eoonty hM 
a lampshade tUem on eomrtm 
lampshades with fame. We had 
twdve woiBeB and Oie eHm «Mts 
taught by Mrs. Hopkiu from tbt 
Ocean Park none DemonatntioA 
Ch*. 

Another cmrt of ioiiMrtMice 
was the «-E Aehlevenent on kMt 
We<faMsday when tai the hene- 
makii« projects the fidknrlag 
prizes were awarded to the gta-ls: 
Candyn Clarke, first place, Jun- 
ior Achievement cont^; Bet^ 
Ann Lee, second place, Junior 
Achievement Contest, and first 
place in Junior Room iBiiHroTe- 
ment contest; Ifarlene BladDwiBll, 
first place in Junior Ironing em- 
test; Mary Ann Venner, fourth 
place. Junior Foods Aehierement; 
Betty Ann Lee. third iHace, Jun- 
ior Foods Achievement: Sue Pen- 
tress, second place. Junior Poods 
Achievement; Baibara Watts, flrrt 
place, JuniOT Poods Aehlevonent; 
Betty Ann Lee, first place, Junior 
Clothing Achievement, and Doris 
Hmnphries, first place. Senior 
Clothing Achievement. 

In many of the projects the 
girls had not had an opportunity 
to complete their work, so we did 
not have as many partlclpatiiw 
to the extent of completing the 
work and sending in a record 
book to be Judged. This was due 
to the change In the ch* year 
whksh has been brought aibout by 
the matter of a change due to 
the situation in Princess Anne 
I becoming more urban. However, 
in years to come this will take 
care of itself as the girls can be- 
gin the work at the close of the 
chib year in May, carry It through 
the summer and on through the 
year. 

We are at present attempting 
to organise suomier groups for 
woilc and play «id have made a 
beginning along this line. In the 
girls' projecto it is important K 
they are contest-minded that they 
present a record year after year 
in the same project and in relat- 
ed projects. National winners are 



ehoaen mi the bn^ of the Mnomrt 
of wwk done by the gin accord- 



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taw to tite time tlMt she ^ been 
in clul> wwk. her age and her sit- 
uation. 



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The chemical matethlon is 
being boorted as a V>oA all- 
around Insectkside. 

It is a ckMe relaUre of the pow- 
erful and poisonoas. c o n mi er cia lly 
used parathkm. It has many of 
the same inseetickfad properties, 
but at the same time la less toxic 
to men and wam-Mooded ani- 
mate. 

Reporto of IfM and previous 
years tndteate malathkm to be an 
effective wemon against a wide 
raiwe of insecta affecting oarm- 
mentals, vegetsMes and fruits — 
scales, aphids. lacebugs, mealy- 
bug! some Mf miners, and tasuX. 
leaf-chewlng insects. 

It seems to come aiNmt aa ckae 
to an "all-purpose" insecticide for 
home garden use as anything now 
available. Malathion is on sale at 
most garden supply stores, under 
various trade names. Several com- 
panies are using the basic chem- 
ical in formulating their garden 
insecticides. 

When using it, ^ead the state- 
ment on the package and follow 
directions, the odor la offanatve 
to some pe<q>I«: It is somewhat 
flqienslve; It should not b« ap- 
plied to fruits 6r vegetaMes later 
than 10 to 14 days before harvest; 
and it Is poisonous to man and 
animals and should be used with 
caution. 




ELECTRIC WATER SYSTEMS can mean so 
much to RURAL Virginia both In the HOME and 
on the FARM. 

Realizing this/ tRe power suppliers of Virginia, 

both PRIVATE COMPANIES 
and ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES, 
have joined together through 
the VIRGINIA FARM ELECRU 
FICATION COUNCIL in a state, 
wide educational effort to help 
all rural consumers plan and 
select ADEQUATE WATER 
SYSTEMS for their individual 
needs. 



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additional information. 




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Orait 

We feel that the girls in Prln- 
ceaa Anne County have made 
great progren in ttie seven and a 
half years that they have had a 
home agent in the county, since 
it is imponible to carry these 
projects without the assistance of 
a home apnt. They have shown 
up well in the contest in which 
they Iwve i»rticipated when in 
competition with girls frran coun- 
ties which have had home agents 
for as kmg as 25 to 30 years. 

Naturally, we believe in our 
chA motto of "Making the Best 
Better" and we are lookiiq; for- 
ward to a continuation of im- 
provement m the girls' projects, 
and a real desire to one day have 
a NatioiMl winner from Princess 
Anne County. 

At the Achievement Program 
the attendaiwe was very good, we 
thought. We were most graciously 
welcomed by Mrs. Margaret nsh- 
er, the principal of Shelton Park 
School, and Pat Lupton, presi- 



dent of the 4-H County Oouiwil, 
IM«sided very efficiently. The en- 
tertainment for the program was 
provided by the winners of the 
"Share the Pun" contest which 
was held earlier In the month. 

The winners in the Junior and 
Senior Divisltm were Lois and 
Violet Purlough, and they »iw 
"Melody of Love." accompanied 
by Mn. O. L. Smith; and Betty 
Ann Melvln, the Junior division 
winner, sang "Bless This House." 
In addition to tWs entertain- 
iment the awards for the clufc 
projects and the agricultural pro- 
jects were made by IMck Cock- 
rell. county agent, and the Home 
Economics winners listed above 
were presented their awards by 
the home demonstration agent. 

Also m-esent to deliver the- H. 
W. Ozlin Awards to the outstand- 
ing boys and girls in both Junior 
and Senior divisions was Mr. Oz- 
lin. retired county agent, who is 
the donor of these awarcb. 

They went to Floyd Waterfield, 
Jr., and Violet Purlough, of the 
Senior group, as the most out 



standing bof fnd gW. Jtnlor wtol- 
ners were: man outatMKHiw \m. 
Oene BH^teht, Creeds Sehocd. ind 
most outstandlnc giri, Oanriyn 
Clarke, Court House. 



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Prevention of Milk Pever 
Stodled by VPI SdentMs 

9 It may be possible to prevent 
milk fever by feeding a low 
calcium - high phosphorus ration 
during the month or so before a 
dairy cow calves. 

tit. W. A. Hardison. dairy re- 
searcher, in a preliminary report 
on a study underway at VPI Ag- 
ricultural Experiment Station, de- 
clares to date 10 animals with his- 
tories of previous attacks of milk 
fever have been fed a ration con- 
sisting of equal parts of a grain 
mixture (contain^ shelled com, 
wheat bran and a phofm^iorus 
supplement) and oat hay. Blood 
samples for calcium ' and phos- 
p^rus were taken at designated 
tim«s. None of these animids de- 
velop^i^ clinical symptoms of mUk 
fever at calving, and the blood 
levels of calcium and phoophorus 
of an the animals were within the 
normal range. 



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Large and Small 
appliance Repairing 



MCmiC CONTRAaiNO 
iltctrk SwppHM and Mafwiab 

SALES 

Deep Ffccze n Uig a t H a n tmi freeiers - Apex wafers 
Estate Ranges - Water Heaten 



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Color — Susan Hayward - Robt. Mltchnm 

*JESSE JAMES WOMEN" 

Color— Don Varry - Peggie CasHc 



"REAP THE WILD WIND" 

Color — John Wayne • Ray Millaiid 

"RIDE CLEAR OF DIABLO" 

Color — Audle Murphy • Dan Duryca 



"JUPITER'S DARLING" 

Color— Esther Williams - Howard Keel 

"GYPSY COLT" 

Color— Donna Corcoran -Frances Dee^ 



"OUTUW'S DAUGHTER" 

Color— Bill WUIIams -^l^elly Ryan 
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AHanfk Ave, nf. 17fh. St., Vhfiwla Beach 

FRIDAY ♦ SATURDAY 

MAY 27 THROUGH 28 

Davy Crockett - Indion Scout 

ALSO 

FIVE DISNEY CARTOONS 



SUNDAY ♦ MONDAY 

MAY 29 THROUGH 30 

BEDEVILLED 

ANNE BAXTER -:-:- STEVE FORREST 



TUESDAY^WEDNESDAY^THURSDAY 

MAY 31 THROUGH JUNE 2 
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Americans temember well: 
fThey caitae from far and near, 
The patriots who, fighting, fell . . • 
We hold their memory dear. 

Our i;houghts are with them all, today. 
' Theit earthly strife is past ... 
We bow our heads and humbly pray 
That they know peace at last. 

IN OtKRVANa OF MEDROIUAL DAY 

OUR lANK WILL NOT BE OPIN FOR 

RUMNBS ON MONDAY, MAY 30 

Panii of l^ttsinta JBeacft 

"PRINCESS ANNE COUNTY'S HOME -OWNED BANK" 
AMamber hderal Depotit biaurance Corporation 

IV4% INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 

MAIN Q'tFICE and BANK BY AUTO SERVICE - PACIFIC and 31 st STREET 

BRANCH BANK - ATLANTIC and 1 8th STREET 

BRANCH BANK - NAVAL AIR STATION, OCEANA 

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